Posted On December 21, 2023

NEW Series for 2024

Over 60 times in the Gospels Jesus is called Teacher both by the disciples and by the people — even by His “enemies,” the scribes, Pharisees and Sadducees. They recognize One who teaches not with authoritarianism but with authoritativeness; or rather with true authority itself. Just as Jesus’ authority was able to speak to the hearts in His time, so too can He powerfully move us today, if we allow Him. In this year’s collection of meditation, we will explore how Jesus relates to different women and men in the Gospels, and what it means for us to relate to Him as our Teacher and Master.

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