This week, our communal theme is "contemplation". As we continue the conversation, we invite you to learn more about various tools that help us listen to God. A labyrinth is a meandering path, often unicursal, with a singular path leading to a center. Labyrinths are an ancient archetype dating back 4,000 years or more, used … Continue reading Continuing the Conversation
What happens when God doesn't answer our prayers in the way we expect and/or desire God to do so?
Rev. Sterling Severns delves deeper into John 5.
God helps us sift through the rubble.
Rev. Sterling Severns' sermon about God's work in the brokenness of the world. July 26, 2020
Mary Jo Dailey, Dan and Karen Herman share their thoughts, and some personal stories about healing
Healing Promo from Tabernacle Baptist Church, RVA on Vimeo. join us tomorrow for worship @ 11:00 AM EST. https://livestream.com/tbcrichmond/events/9226695
“We need to tell stories as a testimony to what God has done and is doing. If we do not share the stories, their power and truth are diluted, and their impact forgotten” (Wright/Davis). On April 5, 2017, we invited Mary Jo Dailey to share her call story. We are grateful for her bravery and vulnerability. … Continue reading Tabernacle Stories: Mary Jo Dailey (04/05/17)
What happens AFTER someone receives healing and/or a cure?
At the June meeting, the Administrative Board unanimously approved a recommendation from the Personnel Committee to contract with Jaime Poole, President of JP Consulting, Inc. for the financial administration duties for both Tabernacle and the Child Care Center, beginning July 1 through December 31, 2020. The month of July will serve as an overlap with … Continue reading Welcome Jaime Poole!