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  • The Writing is on the Wall

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 28 May, 2017

    In Daniel chapter 5 there is a story about a mysterious hand which writes a message on king Belshazzar’s wall: "Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin." Daniel interprets the message for the king. What are the times when we see the “writing on the wall” in our own lives? What does it mean? And what should we do? | By Solomon J. Keal, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • The Spirit of the Lord Moving Us

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 21 May, 2017

    Just exactly what is the Holy Spirit? How do we see the Holy Spirit in our lives? "When people who are perceptive have feelings of compassion they know that they are being alerted by the Lord to offer help." (AC 6737) "The Spirit of the Lord God is upon Me, because the Lord has anointed Me to preach good tidings to the poor." (Isaiah 61:1) | By Erik Buss, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Honoring Our Mothers

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 14 May, 2017

    New Church theology tells us that there are many different “mothers” we can honor in our lives, including: actual mothers, mother figures, the Church, and the Lord as to Divine Wisdom (see Doctrine of Sacred Scripture 67). We’ll look at the story of Moses’ Mom, and Pharaoh’s daughter (Exodus 2). This service will feature women lay readers. | By Solomon J. Keal, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • I Have Called You By Name

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 7 May, 2017

    "Even in our world a 'name' means more than just a name - it also means what someone is like. People's natures get attached to their names." (True Christianity 300) "Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by your name; you are Mine." (Isaiah 43:1) | By John Odhner, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Holy Bread or Common Bread?

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 30 Apr, 2017

    In 1st Samuel chapter 21, David and his men were running from Saul and they needed food. The only food available was the holy showbread, which was not for general consumption, but the priest gave it to them to eat. What does this represent in our lives? | By Solomon J. Keal, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Final Words to the Disciples

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 23 Apr, 2017

    "Lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age." | By Eric Carswell, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Easter - Choose Life!

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 16 Apr, 2017

    The story of the Lord rising from the tomb on Easter morning gives us a wonderful picture of the reality of life after death. But this reality is not always easy to believe in. What are the various “deaths” that we experience in our lives, and how can the Easter story give us faith and hope that there will be “life” after them? | By Solomon J. Keal, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Palm Sunday - Clothes on the Road

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 9 Apr, 2017

    Why did people put their clothes on the road to prepare for the Lord’s triumphal entry? In what way should we be putting our “clothes on the road” to make way for the Lord in our life? | By Solomon J. Keal, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Jesus Wept

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 2 Apr, 2017

    Sometimes we feel that God is far away when we are going through difficult times. But He wants us to have this picture: He, the God of heaven and earth, weeps - why? Because He loves us so much. We are told that "Jesus weeps" in the internal sense is "love grieving." | By Thomas Kline, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Learning to See the Lord

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 26 Mar, 2017

    The Lord healed a man who had been blind from birth by putting clay on his eyes and sending him to wash in the pool of Siloam. The man did as the Lord told him, even though he didn't know who the Lord was, and was able to see. How can we learn from this blind man's example and learn to see clearly? | By Coleman S. Glenn, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall