On our Lenten journey this year, we’ve explored in various ways what it looks like for the follower of God to come home to him. And now near the end of Lent, readying us for Holy Week, we learn what it looks like to live in that house—rejoicing in our position as adopted children of God, never the owners of his ...Continue Reading
Liz goes to great lengths to uncover the hidden truth about Easter Vigil!
Liz goes to great lengths to uncover the hidden truth about Easter Vigil!Continue Reading
Deacon Stephen’s sermon this past Sunday reminded me of a fact I try to suppress: I have been jealous of the Prodigal Son my whole ...Continue Reading
Steve Slagg keeps watch while Liz Thompson listens in on important Easter Vigil planning.Continue Reading
Last week we learned that we need to be deconstructed to enter through the narrow door. In this week’s message, “The Key,” Fr. Stewart examined Luke 13:1-9 and the themes of sin and repentance. After deconstruction comes ...Continue Reading
As you may have noticed at church yesterday, Chris Easley, one of the teenagers at Church of the Resurrection, has written a book, and he did a signing during RezCafe. If you didn’t know he wrote a book, let alone had a book signing complete with snacks—that’s all right—Chris is about to tell you all about it. You can also see some pictures if you scroll down, and then ...Continue Reading
Liz shares her knowledge of Easter Vigil details with Steve.
Liz shares her knowledge of Easter Vigil details with Steve. ...Continue Reading
In his sermon on Luke 13:22-25, Father Stewart began with a story about the old boiler in his basement that, at long last, kicked the proverbial bucket. The servicemen tried to fit it through the door at the top of the stairs but, try as they might, the sucker wouldn’t fit. So, after much struggle, they eventually had to take the thing apart to get it ...Continue Reading