by Jennifer Brown Hello, St. John’s family, this is Jennifer Brown. In this meditation, I would like to consider the concept of waiting for God
by Kyler Schubkegel Hi St. John’s family, this is Kyler Schubkegel, and for today’s meditation I want to talk about receiving fruit. In the Old
by Sam Sigg In Genesis 32 we learn that while wrestling with God is a good thing, it can leave you with a limp even
by Tristan Mahan For this week’s meditation I want to take a look at Romans 8:28, which is a verse from one of our lectionary
by Clay Greene This is the gate of heaven. Surely the Lord is in this place. These words are true wherever you are. The right
by Linford Ranck “May the words of my mouth and the meditation of all our hearts, be acceptable in your sight, O Lord our rock
by Anna Hadfield 15 I do not understand my own actions. For I do not do what I want, but I do the very thing I
I want to reflect on the life of my grandmother – and by doing so, I want to reflect on all that we have lost in this pandemic.
Listen to Meghan’s meditation here: http://www.stjohnsnewhaven.org/resources/ By Meghan B. Lord Jesus, thank you for this time of reflection. May your Spirit guide these words and
I pray for us to have God’s wisdom to speak words that awaken our loved one’s spirits, God’s patience to walk with these people when our words do not immediately bring the effect we desire, and God’s courage to initiate such dialogue and keep it through any resistance we receive.
Listen to the reflection here: http://www.stjohnsnewhaven.org/resources/ By Kaylie P. Hello, St. John’s family. In this meditation, I want to think about the image of the
By Berit G. Listen to the meditation here: http://www.stjohnsnewhaven.org/resources/
Hello, this is Michele Sigg. I have been a member of St. John’s for many years and I am currently on the vestry. There
Yichuan Wang’s Meditation: Journeying on the Road to Emmaus, toward the Great Commission, with our Great Physician Hello St. John’s family, thank you for this
By Jamie D. Hello, my name is Jamie Dougherty and I’ve been calling St. John’s home for the past couple years. This year many of