"When We Give Our All"

Just as the boy gave all that he had and saw what God was able to do with it, so too, when we give all that we have in our Vocations/Callings. God is able to use it in extraordinary ways.

John 6:1-13


Rev. Jenny Smith Walz, Princeton

Rev. Skitch Matson, Kingston

"What Do You See?"

What kind of transformation are we looking for? As Jesus says to Bartimaeus, “What Do You Want?” As we envision what we hope for, may we remember that it will be a process – it will take steps. Things may not be clear at first, but over time, with the commitment to our practices and disciplines to be close to Jesus, we will be opened to see more clearly. 

Mark 8:22-24; 10:46-52


Rev. Jenny Smith Walz, Princeton

Rev. Skitch Matson, Kingston

"Life as Ministry"

We often do not see the works in our daily lives as forms of ministry. Although we often think that we do not qualify to do God’s ministry, God has appointed each of us to our vocation for ministry. God empowers and equips us to do ministry in each of our life contexts.

Jeremiah 1:4-10


Rev. Jae Hong, Princeton

Pastora Ashley Gonzalez, Kingston

"Let Your Life Speak"

Consider your particular whole life: the wonderful and the horrible, your nature, your pursuits, your failures, the way that has opened, the way that has closed - all pearls of great price, clues to your vocation, that which God created to be, that which you can’t not do.

Matthew 13:44-48


Rev. Jenny Smith Walz, Princeton

Rev. Skitch Matson, Kingston

"Coming to Life"

Who is God calling you to be a hero to? Vocation has specificity while it meets your own truest need to give and some specific need in the world, without ego, without reward, with self-care, out of our wholeness, more than our goodness. 

2 Corinthians 4:7-18


Rev. Jenny Smith Walz, Princeton

Rev. Skitch Matson, Kingston

"The Strength of the Community"

When we all bring our passions, our gifts, and our visions together, we have more than enough for the world to be transformed. Part of our calling is to work together, to name what gifts others have, and to support them. This is offering our lives as a living sacrifice, this is worshipful, this is how the Kin-dom of God gets built on earth – the true, the good, and the beautiful coming together.

Exodus 35:21-29; 36:2-7; Romans 12:1-2


Pastora Ashley Gonzalez, Princeton

Rev. Skitch Matson, Kingston


As we claim our powerful, God-given purpose, a sort of transfiguration happens within us as we come more fully to life and find a freedom to be who we were created to be. This is powerful, not just for us, but for others. We claim a rule of life that helps us to live into this calling and abide with Jesus.

Luke 9:28-36


Rev. Jenny Smith Walz, Princeton

Taylor Necoechea, Kingston