Who in your neighborhood, if invited to church, might surprise you by their generosity and faith? (Luke 19:1-10)
What is your safe place of deliverance? How might you be a place or person of safety for others? (Psalm 32:7)
How does our liturgy speak (or not speak) to the most vulnerable in our community? (Isaiah 1:10-18)
This week’s Reflect & Connect questions written by Julie B. Sevig.
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