What We “Know”: Mark 6:1-6

Jesus says, “A prophet is not without honor except in their hometown.” When Jesus went home, all the residents of Nazareth could see was “little Jesus,” Mary’s son, the carpenter lad, James’ and Simon’s brother. Sometimes what we think we know, prevents us from seeing the full story being told right in front of us and thereby missing out on a greater truth…

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See Christ in Every Person: Matthew 25:31-46

Matthew 25:31-46. The well-known parable of the sheep and goats. Last week we were invited to see God’s practice of welcome in relationship to the entire creation; this week we’re encouraged to practice that welcome with every individual, especially…

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Introducing Beneficent Banquets

Fall is a time of giving.  And giving to others is one of the most rewarding things you can do during this time.  When you give to others it helps to develop a deeper appreciation for what you have…

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A Note from the Mexican Border

The KCC Board of Missions and Social Justice recently received this photo and letter from the Monastery Migrant Shelter in Tucson, Arizona: “These are two women from Guatemala who were deported back to Mexico – all alone, exhausted and…

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Welcoming Others as God Welcomes You: Genesis 1:1-2:4a

Sunday, October 10: Welcoming Others as God Welcomes You SCRIPTURE READING -Genesis 1:1-2:4a This week begins our “Welcome All” unit/practice. The first unit of our yearlong “Follow Me” curriculum/worship calendar was a general introduction to the idea of being…

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Following Jesus by making disciples

Matthew 28:16-20 Often called “The Great Commission,” the resurrected Jesus tells his followers to “go into all the world” to teach and baptize and make disciples. In a global and multicultural world, how do we understand this mandate? It…

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