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Betsy Hoium - May 31, 2020

What doe this mean?

This is the question asked by the participants on the first Pentecost as flames danced on their heads and a violent wind blew through their community. How is the Holy Spirit at work in our community in this time of global pandemic? As we listen to the Holy Spirit, we ponder the question of “now what?”

Scripture References: Acts 2:1-20

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The tomb is empty, he is risen. But those who know and love Jesus are still primarily scared and confused. And they’re wondering, “now what?” The world has turned upside down, life has conquered death and yet there is still so much that suggests otherwise. For a community of faith like ours, in a time such as this, we can find ourselves asking the same thing, “now what?” How do we respond in a time of uncertainty? Which direction should we go? What plans should we make? If we are to have confidence in God, why do so many questions remain? For the eight weeks after Easter, we leave the Narrative Lectionary behind and consider a series of Gospel texts that recount how a risen Jesus restores the community of believers to become the church for tomorrow.

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Betsy Hoium - May 31, 2020

What doe this mean?

This is the question asked by the participants on the first Pentecost as flames danced on their heads and a violent wind blew through their community. How is the Holy Spirit at work in our community in this time of global pandemic? As we listen to the Holy Spirit, we ponder the question of “now what?”

Scripture References: Acts 2:1-20

From Series: "Now What?"

The tomb is empty, he is risen. But those who know and love Jesus are still primarily scared and confused. And they’re wondering, “now what?” The world has turned upside down, life has conquered death and yet there is still so much that suggests otherwise. For a community of faith like ours, in a time such as this, we can find ourselves asking the same thing, “now what?” How do we respond in a time of uncertainty? Which direction should we go? What plans should we make? If we are to have confidence in God, why do so many questions remain? For the eight weeks after Easter, we leave the Narrative Lectionary behind and consider a series of Gospel texts that recount how a risen Jesus restores the community of believers to become the church for tomorrow.

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