The prophets of old often heard God speaking to them audibly, but that is not always the case with us. God calls us in many ways; sometimes from within. This week, God Claims Us All explores how we listen for God’s call in our lives. And Diane Thrush talks about how she has heard God and how she continues to use the gifts God has given her. It starts here.
God Claims Us All – week 2
Week 2 of our Epiphany study has been posted. This week we focus on “the will of God” in our callings.
Today, read or listen to an introduction to the week, and listen to an interview with Steve Alwais from St George, San Antonio, as he talks about the joy of selling Christian t-shirts.
This week we offer daily reflections in written and audio format Monday through Friday.
God Claims Us All – Epiphany 2016, week 1
January 6 is the Feast of the Epiphany, traditionally a celebration of the visit of the Magi to the Christ child. (Read the story here.)
We connect with this season of God’s revelation to all people with a five-week study titled God Claims Us All. Starting January 6 and continuing until just before Lent, we explore exactly what is God’s call to each of us. What gifts has God bestowed on us, and how shall we use them to further God’s kingdom and live as God intended?
Our study includes daily reflections from the Rev. Drs. John Lewis and Jane Patterson in written and audio format Monday through Friday. Each Sunday we will post an introduction to the week along with an interview with someone from around the diocese reflecting on life at its most fulfilling.
For this week, we offer reflections Wednesday through Friday plus an introduction to Epiphany. Find this week’s study here