God’s destruction of the world by flood is not a tale of God’s vengeance explains Lindsey Paris-Lopez, but a flood of human violence.

In Genesis 3 and 4, the world created as good experiences blame, jealousy, and murder, “Oh, my!” Lindsey Paris-Lopez exclaims then explains.

In her reading of Genesis 2, Lindsey Paris-Lopez explores humanity’s role in creation through the perspective of help, not hierarchy.

Lindsey Paris-Lopez starts her series Healing Stories of the Bible in the beginning, in Genesis where God’s creation is all good.

Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez celebrate the hope offered to the world by the birth of a vulnerable baby in a manger to an unwed teen.

Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez explain Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus does not gloss over the injustices committed by his ancestors.

Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez celebrate the courage of Mary expressed in The Magnificat and invite everyone to carry God within us.

Pastor Adam Ericksen ponders the Advent peace candle, its message that all flesh shall see salvation, and our current reality.

Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez examine Jesus’ response to the death of Lazarus and the miracle of his resurrection.

Lindsey Paris-Lope illustrates how Jesus interprets the scriptures through the way of love and mercy, not sacrifice.