Luke 8:1-3 | Mark 15:33-41 | Mark 16:1-8 So this week, in the second of our “learning from the followers of Jesus” series, we turn to May Magdalene, one of the women who was closest to Jesus
Luke 5:1-11 | John 21:4-8, 15-19 This week we begin a new series that will take us up to the end of November and the beginning of advent (yes, it’s that time of the year already) – learning from the followers of Jesus.
In many ways, discipleship is the most basic description of our calling, of the life of the Christian. To be a disciple is to be one who follows and learns from a master, a guru, a leader. To be a Christian is simply that: to be someone who follows, and learns from, Christ.
Colossians 3:12-17 So today we come to the last in our series on “Faith in Real Life” – over the past few weeks we’ve looked at how our faith might touch the way we think about family, about decision making, about how we respond to fear, how and why we work for justice, what our faith says about community, and how faith works in us for perseverance.
And today we come to our last, but by no means least important topic – Faith and Mental Health.