Do you know the original meaning of your name? It is normally inspiring and telling. Live up to it in a world where people often exists as anonymous shadows. Listen to the reflection on YouTube.
Looking death in the eye may free us to live and love more abundantly. Listen to the reflection on YouTube.
The story of Thomas reminds us that Christianity, in its essence, is pessimistic about this world. In our tragic times, where optimism can be vice, we need the fragile virtue of pessimism. This may drive us to be activists for a better future here and…
Easter is not about the resuscitation of dead bodies, but about a life of taking responsibility for the weak, the poor, the needy and each other. Listen to the reflection on YouTube.
Contemplating Jesus on the Cross. A Good Friday Meditation on John 19:37 | Prof. Hansie Wolmarans | 15 Apr 22
When we look at Jesus on the cross and meditate on it, we experience forgiveness and a catharsis of negative emotions. Listen to the reflection on YouTube.
Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem. His is a symbol that suffering can be creative, and that tears can become the seeds for new futures. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
Is it possible for honest and thinking people to confess that an all-good, loving and almighty God does exist amidst the horrendous suffering in our world? Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
In this time of chaos and disruption, senseless violence and apocalyptic destruction of Ukraine, it makes sense to read the stories, hear the stories, engage the stories and share the stories. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
Today we worship in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, reflecting on what we can do to help. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
Why did some Greeks want to see Jesus during the Passover? Jesus answers a question burning in his and our time: Who form part of God’s family? Who are in and who are out? The struggle for inclusivity always is associated with pain, with suffering,…