Question for Holy Week

In fulfillment of scripture and obedience to God’s will, Jesus goes to the cross so that a new covenant in his blood may bring forgiveness of sins. Even the soldiers who crucify him recognize him to be the Son of God.

Read Matthew 27: 32 – 54

How would you explain the meaning of the cross as a symbol of  your faith?

Question for Holy Week

The Apostle Paul uses an early Christian hymn to help us comprehend Jesus’ obedient selflessness on the cross, and how God has made Christ lord over all reality. The perspective of the cross becomes the way we rightly understand God, Christ, our own lives, and fellowship within the community of Christ.

Read Philippians 2: 5 – 11

How has your understanding and vision of God changed in your lifetime?

Question for Holy Week

The Prophet Isaiah describes the servant of the Lord to have absolute confidence in his final vindication, despite the fact that he has been struck and spit upon. This characteristic of the servant played an important role in the early church’s understanding of the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

Read Isaiah 50: 4 – 9

What is the biggest challenge, difficulty or puzzle in your life of faith today?

Question for the Fifth Week of Lent

(For the Apostle Paul, Christian spirituality entails living in the reality of the Holy Spirit. The driving force behind our actions and values is not our sinful desire for self-satisfaction but the very Spirit by which God raised Jesus from the dead and will also raise us from the dead.)

Read Romans 8: 5-11,

How do you perceive the presence, work, or impact of the Spirit in any given moment?