A love seen in light and song…made real in the manger…and in those eternal reminders that God, in Christ, is always with us.
Steep yourself in God-reality, God-initiative, God provisions. You’ll find all your everyday human concerns will be met.
Why would people, when they started a church, decide to call themselves something as crazy as Presbyterian?
God walks with us and brings peace so that we can stop giving so much energy to worry, defensiveness, and anxiously defending our home.
How can we, the Body of Christ at Northminster, proclaim the mighty acts of God today?
God is calling you…and all of us…to be a sign, a demonstration of renewal, growth, life, and light.
We’re going to try, this Lent, to take a deeper look at the hard work of forgiveness and how it is a renewing, central practice in the Body of Christ.
Hope lies beneath the frost.
How many questions have been answered and how many new opportunities, relationships, and possibilities have materialized even as new questions arose about the future?
And as surely as we know that Christ came so many years ago, we also know that Christ has brought and will continue bring healing, restoration, and the Kingdom of God until the day it is fully, finally realized.