11/19/17: When we accept Christ’s call to take up his cross and follow him, it means crossing global, national, even familial boundaries to serve our neighbor. And that requires us to constantly assess where in our culture today, where in our world, where in our community are the people who most need our help?
11/12/17: Rev. Richard Hogue talks about Practicing Hope in the Dark in his recent sermon.
What do the beatitudes say about the Astros winning the World Series? Mother Brenda shares it in this recent sermon.
In a recent sermon, Father Richard reminds us that living the golden rule is done in the very grit and gristle of daily life.
In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us all that we receive in many ways when we give through God's love.
Mother Brenda reminds us to find hope, even in the darkest of situations.
Mother Brenda reminds us all to take care of each other as God takes care of all of us.
Kate Sapp reminds us all to continually profess and practice God's Love.
Mother Brenda reminds us all that we are always home when we turn to God.
Rev. Lark Diaz reminds us all that God is with us even in our everyday activities.
Mother Brenda reminds us all that God's love never discriminates and always represents inclusivity.
Father Carlos reminds us that as we live in the reflection of God, we open ourselves to our own personal transformation
Father Haenke reminds us to harvest God's mercy, compassion, and love, and then share it with others.
Mother Brenda reminds us that the resilience of God's message will always spread from the tiny seeds we all plant.
Father Carlos reminds us all that with God's love, we can all live the life we were meant to live. You can listen to his sermon here.