Sunday Soundbites

Sunday Soundbite for November 14, 2021

Scripture scholars suggest that this chapter of Mark reflects in part the chaotic times in which Mark’s community lived—perhaps in the midst of Roman persecution. Christians must have wondered if the end was near.

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Sunday Soundbite for November 7, 2021

It’s important for each of us in the community to share generously in order for our local Church—as well as the global Church—to do the work of the Kingdom.

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Sunday Soundbite for October 31, 2021

In our world if we focus on God first, then on loving others because of our relationship with God, we’ll have our priorities straight. And then we can properly evaluate everything else.

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Sunday Soundbite for October 24, 2021

Like Bartimaeus, each of us is a person with some degree of faith. Like him, we want to see. Our deepest wishes, our courage when we take a risk, are all inside of us like they were in Bartimaeus.

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Sunday Soundbite for October 17, 2021

The humanness of the disciples gives us hope that God will work in our lives and will patiently remind us–as Jesus does today–that true greatness comes through serving others.

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Sunday Soundbite for October 10, 2021

To take the risk of letting go in a society that promotes “conspicuous consumption”, is indeed an impossible task without God’s help. And yet there’s an element of the Kingdom that pushes us to consider just that.

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