United Methodist Pastor Rob Ernest preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a unique and understandable fashion which is relatable to everyday life and situations.
The master storyteller, Jesus launches a parable that comes back around to those to whom it is told, including us. It's a "Boomerang" in this episode of Turning Home.
Whose Are You?
Jesus said, "Give to Caesar what is Caesar's." But he didn't finish there. He also said, "Give to God what is God's." The question is, 'Whose Are You?', Caesar's or God's? It's a good question and one we'll explore in this episode of Turning Home.
High Level Ignorance
Living in a perpetual state of wonder is very close to "High Level Ignorance". Find out what that's like in this episode of Turning Home. Please consider subscribing so we can stay in touch.
The Family Table
On World Communion Sunday (and everyday), Christ invites us to dine with him at his heavenly table. It's a familiar table, a family table. It's a table of faith and hope, a table of intimacy and community. It's the Lord's table where none will be turned away. It's on this week's Turning Home.
The walls of Jericho were an easy demo for Joshua because he used the plans God gave him. The walls we have built in our society which separate people from each other and from social equality are much harder to bring down, but God has plans for that, too. This episode of Turning Home is appropriately called "Walls".
Do you like buttermilk? Me neither! But it sure makes for some good biscuits! In this episode of Turning Home Paul helps us figure out how to take disagreeable situations and turn them into ways to advance the Good News, kind of like how buttermilk makes good biscuits. It's called "Better'n Biscuits"!