From the prophet Micah:
"What does the LORD require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God?"
In this important episode, Pastor Emma talks with Kate Parker of the Delaware Center for Justice about the work being done right now in Delaware, including legislation that is being considered in the Delaware General Assembly this week and a panel discussion you should attend on Thursday.
The exploration of Paul's life and journey continues as the Think & Drink crowd keeps looking at the Book of Acts.
Noelle Toscano of Ezer Rising is back!
In this episode Pastor Emma and Noelle continue the discussion about women in the bible, women in the church, and views that need to be addressed in the Church.
This episode was recorded following the 5:05 Service on June 9 - Click Here to view the Pentecost Sunday Service.
Enjoy the insights and observations from the group and feel free to join us on Sunday evenings throughout the Summer on the Wilmington Riverfront or online.
Sometimes you hear people say things like, "We should be like the early church, when everyone got along."
While that sounds like a nice sentiment, the biblical record shows something different - some pretty strong disagreements over a variety of issues, from circumcision to travelling companions - and those disagreements played a key role in helping the early church to spread.
In this episode, Pastor Emma and Pastor Edwin explore inspiration - from travel and Spanish history to words and pop culture - this is an episode that will bring a smile to your face and probably open up some ideas for future conversations.
This episode of Think & Drink covers the beginning of persecution of the early believers, including persecution from a zealous law keeper known as Saul.