In a broken, battering, and hurting world, where can we turn for healing? Using the Gospel of John, Rev. Williams helps us see there is only one answer.
Jesus came that we might have a joy-filled life. But sometimes things get in the way. So Jesus gives us a sign that he is the one who knocks down these barriers to the joy God desires for us.
John gives us 7 signs to tell us who Jesus is. The first takes place in a small town called Cana, and reminds us that Jesus brings joy.
Using parts of Paul's Letter to the Romans, Rev. Williams concludes his series on the Old Testament by showing how it has shaped our lives today, and why it is important going forward.
The First Testament laws cover a whole host of topics, from mold and mildew, to clean and unclean animals, to intimate sexual relations. What are we to make of these, and how do they help us love God and love neighbor as self? The answer may surprise you.
Tithing seems like such an antiquated concept; misunderstood and irrelevant in today's world. Rev. Williams looks to the Book of Proverbs to help us understand the importance of tithing to our relationship with God and each other.
We are called to by Holy. We are called to love our neighbor as our self How do we go about it? Using various verses from the 19th chapter of Leviticus, Rev. Williams shows how God's rules are actually a treasure map for building strong, life-giving relationships.
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?