“Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again.”

The risen Christ desires deeper relationship with us all. Let us walk faithfully as disciples of Jesus Christ. Let us study God’s Word for our lives.

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We announce to you what existed from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we have seen and our hands handled, about the word of life. The life was revealed, and we have seen, and we testify and announce to you the eternal life that was with the Father and was revealed to us. What we have seen and heard, we also announce it to you so that you can have fellowship with us. Our fellowship is with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ. We are writing these things so that our joy can be complete.

1 John 1:1-4

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At the beginning of his letter, the writer of 1 John says: “What we have seen and heard, we also announce it to you so that you can have fellowship with us... with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ.”

To fellowship with Christ and the community of believers is one of the greatest gifts that we’ve been given. You are not alone. Christ calls us into his beloved community and allows us to know grace and peace. Often, we try to find a place where we belong, a place where we can fully be ourselves. Christ offers us a community of believers who declare the love of Jesus Christ and allow us to be our full authentic selves. This gift is for everyone who believes in Christ.

How will you fellowship with Christ today and declare Christ’s love to others?

Kathryn Threadgill

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Christ, help me to find community and identity in you. Help me to know I belong to your fellowship of love. Make me a witness to the love of Christ in my community and in my life, so that all others may know that they belong, too. Amen.

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“Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.”

John 20:21

Where is Christ sending you today? How are you called to share Christ’s peace with others?

Kathryn Threadgill

Rev. Dr. Kathryn Threadgill is the Associate Director of Theology, Formation and Evangelism for the Presbyterian Mission Agency of the Presbyterian Church (USA). She attended Montreat College, PC(USA) on a soccer scholarship. There she obtained her B.A. majoring in Bible and Religion with a concentration in Youth Ministry. Kathryn went on to study at Columbia Theological Seminary for both her Masters of Divinity and her Doctorate of Educational Ministries degrees. Her thesis explored why youth today are not experiencing the wonder of God in worship. As a minister of the Word and Sacraments, Kathryn has served churches in Greensboro, NC and Mobile, AL. She is the beloved daughter of Ollie Rix and Dorothy Threadgill, and has twelve siblings from all over the world. Kathryn enjoys oil painting, wood working, kayaking, hiking, and spending time with the people she loves.

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