First readingJoshua 5:9-12PsalmPsalm 32Second reading2 Corinthians 5:16-21GospelLuke 15:1-3, 11b-32 Whether you were baptized by immersion as a teenager, or baptized by sprinkling as a baby, we entered a new life at baptism. Like the Israelites when they crossed the Jordan River, they tried the food of the land. This marked a new life for them. They … Continue reading A Tiny Sermon: Welcomed Home
Hi everyone,I just wanted to give a little bit of a life update. For most or all of winter, God has felt so far away from me. The Unitarian God, that is. I've also felt tugged toward another faith orientation, Trinitarianism, for a while now. While I'm not sure if I'm gonna stick with it, … Continue reading Let’s be honest: I’m exploring the Trinity (for now)
Hi everyone,I just wanted to let you know that I have created a new blog for my faith called The Orthodox Unitarian Faith. It's still in it's infancy, but its my way of evangelizing my faith and spreading the Unitarian word! It's at orthodoxunitarian.wordpress.com! Hopefully by this summer I'll have my own domain for it! … Continue reading New Blog – Describing Faith!
Hi Beloveds,Today is the first Sunday in Lent. We lost an hour due to daylight savings time, which made me late to church (37 minutes late to work, to be exact!), but I still got to sing to my Jesus and pray to my Father in Heaven, being enveloped in the arms of His Holy … Continue reading LORD? You’re there, right?
Hi everyone,I hope your week is going well so far. Here a few life updates: Still Unitarian. Tried out the Trinity a while back, but I cannot deny some aspects of the Gospels where Jesus had real relationship with his Father, and testified that there is only one God, Yahweh. Also, I know for a … Continue reading Life Update: Revelation & What To Do With It