What if we could love the way Jesus did? What if the way we love could make a difference in the world around us? What if that love looked at everyone the way God does? A love that is patient and kind. A love that is not envious or prideful. A love that puts others before ourselves and chooses peace over anger. A love that protects, trusts, hopes and perseveres. Do we love like this? Do we love like Jesus? Maybe it’s time to ask a simple question…How can we love…better? We love better when we:

I See You: Hearing Other Voices
Mark 10:46-52
Rev. Ronell Howard
We can be so busy on our mission, that we stop listening. Yet, as Christians, we cannot fully engage in our mission without taking the time to hear the voices on the side of the road.

If you are someone you love, suffer from addiction or trauma as a result of sexual assault or abuse, know that you are not alone. Here are some resources for care and tips for talking to children and teens about these issues.

Purple Theory: An Attitude of Gratitude
Luke 24:1-12; 52-53
Rev. Ronell Howard

Christ is risen! God’s grace calls us to lives of gratitude.

Purple Theory: Such a Sacrifice
John 18 & 19:1-30
Rev. Ronell Howard

We pause this day to recognize the sacrifice of Christ, who understood that we had sinned against God, disobeyed God, strayed from the will of God, and now needed to be forgiven by God.

Maundy Thursday: Stations of the Cross
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Join the young disciples of MAD as they lead us in the devotional exercise of meditating on the stations of the cross. The Passion of Christ stems from the practice of early Christian pilgrims who visited the scenes of the events in Jerusalem and walked the traditional route from the supposed location of Pilate’s house to the tomb where our Lord was buried.