We are living in the world where the most of people are looking for bigger, larger, stronger, faster, and significant. But when God chooses, insignificant becomes significant, and a fruitless life becomes a fruitful life.
We live in an imperfect world where we are called as children of God. Yet, the parable of wheat and weeds warns against our tendency to identify who is evil and who is good. The Christ alone is the Judge. Our task is to seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.
The Great Thanksgiving
Sung by Rev. Kay Woo
Piano by Keiko Kagawa
Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world” (Matt. 28:18-20; Matt. 22:36-40). This mission is achieved through vital congregations that equip and empower people to be disciples of Jesus Christ in their homes and communities around the world. (from UMC Vital Congregations).