The life and spirit of the Parkway family have always been characterized by our joy in spending time with one another. Obviously, that level of connection has been absent for the past six months and I’m sure all of us have missed it greatly. Although your attendance...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (09.04.20)

It’s not important that you know any of the big words I learned in seminary, but the principles behind some of them are critical for your understanding of Christian faith, especially if you see the Bible as your rule for faith and practice and consider its proper...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (08.28.20)

Because the level of restrictions, fear of the unknown, and uncertainty about the duration of the pandemic were in the forefront of our thoughts and our conversations back in March and April, most of us probably didn’t give much consideration to what has become for...

From the Pastor….

Because the words “global” and “pandemic” are now inextricably linked, as Christians we must be concerned about and pray for all the people of the world as they face this challenge. However, the place where we are most personally affected and where we can make the...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (08.21.20)

Each morning during my devotional time I read a meditation from the Center for Action and Contemplation, usually by its founder, Father Richard Rohr. Last week, this week, and next he is leading his readers to consider the natural process that leads to spiritual...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (08.14.20)

Since Adam and Eve ate that fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden, no one has invented a new way to disobey God. The details may change, but it always comes down to failing to adhere to the clear boundaries of life set forth by a...