There’s something about mercy

By Joe LaGuardia In Jesus’ Parable of the Good Samaritan, theories abound as to why the fictitious priest and Levite saw a half-dead man in the ditch along the road from Jerusalem to Jericho and “passed on the other side” (Luke 10:25-37). One theory is that, as religious officials, the priest and Levite steered clearContinue reading “There’s something about mercy”

7 Lessons of Lent, and the road to Easter

By Matt Sapp Many churches that use the Lectionary texts of the Christian calendar have ventured through the Gospel of Luke during Lent.  At our church, Heritage Fellowship, we’ve been highlighting lessons that Jesus teaches us about God along the way. I know it can be hard to keep up with what we’ve been doingContinue reading “7 Lessons of Lent, and the road to Easter”