Until the stranger in Luke 23:13-35 blessed a loaf of bread, we were just 7 miles from Emmaus
Luke 24: Easter involves our own stories of resurrection, faith and trust. “He is alive because He lives in me.”
Second grade through Middle School youth helped the congregation examine Luke 19:29-40’s lessons on Leadership
This time in Luke (chapter 19, verses 1-10) Jesus treats a rich man Zacchaeus as one, like us, deserving grace.
Parable as riddle? One such is found in Luke 16: 19 - 31. Listen for one surprising explanation piled on top of another.
Is it the older brother, the younger brother or you who is found in Luke 15: 1-32?
The fig tree mentioned in Luke 13:6-9 is a parable about change. In time, like the barren fig tree, we can effect changes in our lives.
Jokes often come in 3s: rabbi, priest and minister for example. Jesus confounds the readers of Luke 10:25-37 with the third being a Good Samaritan
Luke's chapter 9:28-45, reveals God from the cloud and shows Jesus as the new Moses, to and for people at all times and in all places.
Luke 7:18-36 is a 37-word annual report. More than that it is ultimately like swimming in a deep sea, and finding the promise of blessing.