We’re currently in a series on Epiphany, titled “We See His Light”. We’ll be in this series together for the next several weeks.
An Epiphany Reflection from Daniel Harrell
“It was one thing for Israel’s King to be born among Jewish shepherds and angels. Quite another to have him revealed as the King of the Gentiles too. Epiphany means revelation, and with the revelation of Jesus to the Magi, God’s plan to save his chosen people turns out to be a plan to save the whole world.”
The new editor-in-chief of Christianity Today, Daniel Harrell, shares “The Dangers that Epiphany Reveals”. Read the whole reflection online here.
New Featured Books in the Church Library for Epiphany
Epiphany is the season that follows Christmas, in which the light of God’s revelation in Christ grows through his ministry of teaching, healing, and presence. This season’s featured books includes reflections on the Church Calendar by Bobby Gross and Joan Chittister, works on the doctrines of Christ by St. Athanasius of Alexandria, Alister McGrath, Jaroslav Pelikan, and Philip Yancey, Michael Green’s classic study on baptism, works on hopefulness by N.T. Wright, John Paul II, and Barbara Brown Taylor, and reflections on the beauty of God discovered in the ordinary by Margaret Feinberg and Malcom Muggeridge, and works on radical devotion by John Stott, Chuck Gutenson, and Annahita Parsan. Stop by the church library to check them out!
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