Pastor Sean Palmer invites us to continue embodying the narrative of the Resurrection. Though there remains much that cannot be undone, there is a great deal that can be redone as we seek healing, with God’s leading, in our lives and relationships.
Pastor Chris Seay shares a message from Mexico City on our call to engagement as a church in many ways; locally, globally, and historically. Following Jesus will always lead us into places that others might deem “unsanitary”, but are where the Gospel thrives. Pastor Stephen Brown follows with an invitation into particular ways to serve alongside partners both in CDMX, and here at home in Houston.
This week, our sister Ericka Graham, walks us through how to resurrect meaning out of the mundane. To find beauty, grace, truth, and the sacred in the ordinary and how this transforms us and all of creation to be on fire with the goodness of God.
Pastor Chris Seay leads us from beside the Sea of Galilee to teach of a loving encounter the disciples experience with Jesus following the Resurrection; and then here at home to consider the Easter invitation that liberates us from shame and judgement, urging us toward lives shaped fully by God’s love. We’re also joined by our good friend, Propaganda, who shares his gift as we celebrate. Ecclesia, we love you. He is risen!
This week, Sean Palmer walks us through our last week of Lent and in our series of “In the Desert.” He guides us through some passages that remind us that God leads us into the desert and into the struggles. And he reminds us that sometimes the reason we are wrestling with God, struggling with circumstances, is because God led us there to bless us.
Pastor Chris Seay teaches from the Gospel of Luke; considering Jesus’ call for us to rid our lives of greed and anxiety and to be ready to respond at all times. He shares heartbreaking stories from the ground along the Venezuelan border, and shares the opportunity that we have to partner with efforts to address vital needs surrounding the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.
Join us as we continue engaging in rhythms of worship, prayer, and contemplation throughout this journey of Lent. As we begin to see Easter on the horizon, we consider the stillness of the desert, and are reminded that God’s love and provision is never dependent on our striving and activity. We are loved, you are loved, just as you are.
Our good brother Gideon Tsang shared this weekend with us from Exodus 3. He walked us through how we can mature and grow in this Lenten season and some practices to pick up to help us listen to our lives and the places in our lives where we need to mature.
Gideon serves the community of Vox Veniae in Austin, TX