The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Matthew gives us the Why, How and Who when it comes to finding more workers.
We can only find life and a new relationship with God through the grace of God that is shown to us in Jesus. As a result, no matter who we are or where we have come from we all now come to God on the very same basis, as part of the one new humanity that Jesus has formed.
Love is not an option for those who follow Jesus. Because we are called to follow in his footsteps as an expression of our relationship with him.
The answer to that question starts with God and the fact that God is light and ends with Jesus who takes on our darkness to allow us to have a relationship with God.
When Moses meets God in the burning bush he discovers that God is not like him, that God is God. That God is not only holy, but the one who saves, and whose name shows he's worth trusting as what he says will happen.
What is the kingdom? What are we praying? We're praying for Jesus to be king both now and forever.
Jesus says we all have a choice to make, because we can't serve God and money at the same time. So how should we choose? Jesus tells us and shows us what it's like to live under a different kind of king.
Family matters in God's house. Today, Bishop Gary Koo takes us to 1 Timothy 5 and shows us the difference that Jesus makes to all of our families.