In what ways would you have God reshape you?
Quite often, we do not even recognize the significance of those things we do or do not do to others, but Jesus reminds us that he is there in each of those decisions.
“He has made us and we are his.” This profound truth is so easy to forget when we become overwhelmed by fear, anxiety, or despair.
In what ways do you sense the Good Shepherd gathering you in, healing, and sustaining you?
I wonder if this parable is less about wise/foolish or good/bad and more about how we wait.
If Jesus was coming to visit your home, our church, or our community, what parts would you show off to him?
Who are the people from previous generations who passed their faith down to you?
This passage is an invitation to surrender your whole self to God.
In burying his talent, the third servant has embraced an attitude of scarcity and fear and in essence, has buried himself.
How can we, as individuals and as a faith community, affirm the worth and belonging of those who may feel otherwise?