Gideon continues in the Lectionary as we observe the season of Easter and reflect on how we listen to the voice of Jesus. [John 10:1-6] Reflection: How do you listen to the voice of Jesus? When was the last time you were known and loved? What does confession look like for you?
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Gideon continues in the Lectionary as we celebrate resurrection this Easter Sunday. [Jeremiah 31:1-6] Reflection: Who are the family that we need to be restored with? How can we dance in God’s delight of us? What is the garden we need to create and tend and in order to restore God’s creation?
Gena Minnix looks at the example of how Jesus connects with the woman at the well and what that means for the connection in our relationships. [John 4] Reflection: How can we reveal our authentic selves to experience connection in all our relationships? In what ways can we can we be transformed in our attempts to support the vulnerability of […]
Gideon continues in the season of Lent from the Lectionary and reflects on who or what we allow to guide us. [Psalm 23] Reflection: What do we lack in our lives? How can we live more sustainable lives? What do we need to change? How do we prepare for the valleys of darkness?
Sam Myrick talks about the significance of the life and story of David. [1 Samuel 16:1-13] Reflection: How do we connect with the earthiness and humanness of David’s life and story? How do we embrace the reality that we are all chosen by God?
Gideon continues in the season of Epiphany from the Lectionary and focuses on how we view and engage the Holy Spirit. [1 Corinthians 2:10-16] Reflection: What does it look like for your to interact with the Holy Spirit? What is the Holy Spirit helping you discover in this season? How can you discern and participate in what the Holy Spirit […]
Gideon continues in the season of Epiphany from the Lectionary and focuses on how we view and engage weakness. [1 Corinthians 1:18-31] Reflection: What are the invitations that distract us? How do we hide our weaknesses with our strength? What and who do we put our weight on and in?