Scripture: Ezekiel 37:1-14The prophet Ezekiel sees a vision of bones coming to life… in a particular place. In times in which we are feeling lifeless, we are invited to remember how God can yet breathe life: into us, into connected community, and into community connected to home and place.
Scripture: John 9:1-41The story of Jesus and a man who was born blind invite us to ask what might be healed beyond sight in Jesus’s healing works. The story also asks us to consider who we make invisible, and how disability has too long been used as a way of erasing and excluding.
Scripture: John 4:5-26Jesus meets a Samaritan woman at a well. After so many years laboring to draw up what will sustain her life amid isolation and pain, can she, can we, believe that God has drawn near to share—and teach us to share—water of life that will nurture us all?
Scripture: John 3:1-17A man named Nicodemus visits Jesus at night, because he is changing his mind, and maybe he doesn’t want anyone to see him change. Jesus describes rebirth in the Spirit as a flow of air or water… how can we be faithful people accustomed to changing, adapting, and growing in faith?