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Posts from June 2018

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

Parenthood and the Kingdom of God What can plants teach us about parenthood and the kingdom of our heavenly Father? Consider Jesus’s two familiar parables about grain and mustard plants. Each begins with seeds scattered. A very simple and basic definition of parenthood could be this: one who scatters seeds. The seeds are nourished, they sprout, and they grow, passing through stages…

The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

The Little Things Jesus often used little stories to get his message across to people. These stories were in the form of parables, short fictitious stories that illustrate or teach a moral attitude or religious principle. One of the most well-known of these is the ‘Parable of the Mustard Seed’, in which Jesus compares the kingdom of God to a mustard seed.…

The Third Sunday after Pentecost

In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus said to the apostles, “go make disciples of all the nations” (28:19). The Greek word for apostle (apostolos) means “one sent as a messenger”. We know from the Acts of the Apostles that Peter and the other eleven apostles (and then later Paul) went out into various cities and regions of Palestine (starting in Jerusalem) to…