Melanie Vaughn-Colwell offers a reflection on Ezekiel 37:1-14 and what gives our “dry bones” life again.
Fifth Sunday of Lent, March 26, 2023
Ashley Robinson offers a reflection on John 4 and imagines what message the Samaritan woman and all of the daughters of the world might have for the church.
Melanie Vaughn-Colwell reflects on John 3:1-17 and the wind of the spirit that blows where it chooses.
Ashley Robinson reflects on Matthew 4:1-11 and the temptations of taking the easy way out.
What makes your soul rejoice? Bob Duvall offers a reflection on Isaiah 61:10-11, and considers how joy and grace are intertwined.
For Jesus, faith isn’t just about passive rule following, but about active participation in community building. Melanie Vaughn-Colwell offers a reflection on Matthew 5:21-26 and what it means to build community.
Ashley and Melanie reflect together on what makes us come alive, both as individuals and as a covenant community.
“Follow me and I will make you fish for people.” Ashley Robinson offers a reflection on Matthew 4:12-23 and what it means to follow the call to discipleship.
Nibs Stroupe and Caroline Leach offer a reflection on Racial Justice Sunday, and Lee Bains offers “If I Can Help Somebody” as a sermon response.
On this first Sunday after Epiphany, Melanie Vaughn-Colwell offers a reflection on Matthew 2:1-12 and how we continue to lean into wonder and astonishment.