LIFE WITH CHRIST: MUCK – THE SEASON OF LENT, FEBRUARY 25, 2024

Genesis 22:1-14
Psalm 16:5-11
Romans 8:31-39
Mark 8:31-38

St. Timothy Anglican Church, February 28, 2024

Muck. We want to avoid it. Peter wanted to avoid it. Just when the disciples realized exactly who Jesus was, he started to talk to them about the road of pain, suffering, rejection, and death. They were about to head to Jersusalem, where Jesus would accomplish salvation for God's people. But the road was not an easy one.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, February 26, 2024

LIFE WITH CHRIST: TRANSFORMATION – THE SEASON OF EPIPHANY, FEBRUARY 11, 2024

1 Kings 19:9-18
Psalm 27
2 Peter 1:13-21
Mark 9:2-9

St. Timothy Anglican Church - February 11, 2024

Transformation. That's what it's all about for us - being changed into the likeness of Jesus. Today, we celebrate a baptism and testimonies of growth, and watch the transformation of God in our lives. We also looked at the Transfiguration of Jesus, at the pivot of his life from teaching into suffering. This event accomplished many things, but one of them was the transformation of Peter, James, and John.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, February 12, 2024

LIFE WITH CHRIST: PURPOSE – THE SEASON OF EPIPHANY, FEBRUARY 4, 2024

Genesis 12:1-3
Psalm 86:8-13
Revelation 7:9-17
Mark 1:29-39

St. Timothy Anglican Church - February 4, 2024

When Jesus leaves the synagogue in Capernaum, word is spreading. He begins healing people, and crowds gather. The whole village, it seems, wants to see him, to be healed, to have unclean spirits cast out. So why does He leave? Mark 1:29-39

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Life with Christ: Authority – The Season of Epiphany, January 28, 2024

Deuteronomy 18:15-22
Psalm 111
1 Corinthians 8:1-13
Mark 1:21-28

St. Timothy Anglican Church - January 28, 2024

Life with Christ - Authority Odd things can happen in public worship. At one of Jesus' early synagogue teachings, a demon possessed man stood up and began making a disruption! Yet, the focus of the text is not on the exorcism, but on the authority of Jesus. Jesus has authority over the mind and the body. Mark 1:21-28

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, January 30, 2024

Life with Christ: The Time is Fulfilled – The Season of Epiphany, January 21, 2024

Jeremiah 3:19-4:4
Psalm 130
1 Corinthians 7:17-24
Mark 1:14-20

St. Timothy Anglican Church: January 21, 2024

Information, Implication, Application. This three step process is how we understand and live with new information. Jesus arrives on the scene in Mark 1:14-20 making some big claims. "The time is fulfilled and the Kingdom is at hand." This statement, if true, requires all people to repent, and for us each to consider what that looks like in our lives.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Life with Christ: Citizenship – Season of Epiphany, January 7, 2024

Isaiah 42:1-9
Psalm 89:20-29
Acts 10:34-38
Mark 1:7-11

He's Got You - St. Timothy Anglican Church: Jan 7, 2024

Mark 1:7-11 All four gospels begin with Jesus' baptism. The people of Israel were going out to repent. Jesus went out for another reason - to show us our need to identify with the Kingdom and declare a change. Ultimately, baptism is about God's work in us, not our work for Him.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, January 8, 2024

Confirmations: Christmas Eve Late Service, December 24, 2023

Isaiah 62:6-12
Psalm 97
Titus 3:4-7
Luke 2:15-20

St. Timothy Anglican Church - Christmas Eve late service

Confirmations As Mary and Joseph told their story, we wonder how many of the family members and people of Nazareth believed them. Suddenly, a group of shepherds arrive, telling the same story! God not only acted, He confirmed his actions to inspire belief.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Tuesday, January 30, 2024

Life with Christ: House Builders and Home Makers – The Season of Advent, December 24, 2023

2 Samuel 7:1-17
Psalm 132:1-7
Romans 16:25-27
Luke 1:26-38

St. Timothy Anglican Church - December 24, 2023

What makes a good gift? King David wanted to build a house for God, which God had never asked for. Instead, God promises to build the house of David with an eternal king.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, January 22, 2024

Grinches to the Center: Blue Christmas, December 20, 2023

Isaiah 65:17-25
Psalm 130
Matthew 8:14-17

St. Timothy Anglican Church - December 20, 2023: Blue Christmas

Grinches to the Center When things are difficult, especially when we're "supposed" to be celebrating, we can feel like outsiders. We have truble engaging in joy, and can dampen any mood. God has something to say about this. Isaiah 65 is hope for the hurting. God's plan was always to bring the outsiders to the center. He loves us, sees how we hurt, and makes a plan for our healing.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Thursday, January 18, 2024

Life with Christ: Greatness – The Season of Advent, December 17, 2023

Isaiah 65:17-25
Psalm 126
1 Thessalonians 5:12-28
John 1:19-28

St. Timothy Anglican Church, December 17, 2023

What does greatness really look like? The religious leaders sent messengers to discover what kind of strength John the Baptist had, and what kind of threat he posed. With an odd statement about sandals, John begins the complete reorientation of greatness from strength to service.

Posted by St. Timothy Anglican Church on Monday, December 18, 2023