Who or what do we worship? Does it matter? Well, God thinks it matters a lot. Rev. Williams uses the words of the prophet Isaiah (44:9-20) to draw out the meaning and importance of the first three Commandments which help us understand God's perspective for living a full, healthy life.
We claim the name Christian, following Jesus and preaching from the letters of Paul. So what part does the Old Testament play in our faith today? Does it even matter?
We are called to spread the seeds of the Gospel of Jesus Christ everywhere; not just where WE think the soil is fertile. And by doing so the results just may surprise you.
We know what is right, and we know what is wrong, so why do we struggle so? Why do we do what is wrong and fail to do what is right? Perhaps Paul's struggles with this dilemma can help us sort out our own shortcomings.
We are told to take our worries and cares to God in prayer. We are told that God always answers our prayers. But what happens when God says "NO" to our prayers?
God spoke to Moses from a burning bush. He spoke to Paul as he traveled along the road to Damascus. He spoke with Joan of Arc and the prophet Samuel. But does God still speak to us today? And does God still answer prayers today?
It is all well and good to say that we should pray, but just how do we go about it? And just what should we pray? Fortunately, Jesus, himself, gives us the answer.
Does praying really accomplish anything? Can it make a difference in a world torn apart by violence and selfishness? Is prayer really important? Rev. Williams embarks on a 4 week study of prayer by asking "What Happens When We Pray?"