Keep the Feast: I Belong to Jesus

From the very beginning the church has paired baptism with Easter, baptizing new Christians on Easter Day. But even if it has been years since your baptism, Easter is the perfect opportunity to explore what baptism means and why it is cause for celebration. Worship scholar Robert Webber wrote in his book Ancient-Future Time: Forming Read the full article →

Baptized with Christ

The season of Epiphany is often commemorated by observing the first three occasions on which Jesus’ divinity was revealed: 1) when the wise men found infant Jesus in Bethlehem, 2) when John the Baptist baptized Jesus in the Jordan, and 3) when Jesus’ performed the miracle at the marriage at Cana. Last week we read Read the full article →

1.10.2016 Sermon Bonus

  Last Sunday we looked at the story of Jesus’ baptism in Luke 3:15-18, 21-22. The beginning of Jesus ministry was marked by baptism with water and the descent of the Holy Spirit on him, making him “mighty in word and deed.” The sacrament of baptism also marks the beginning of our life in the Read the full article →