Please join us for fellowship and inspiration as we gather to consider God's direction for our lives, and how his undying love for us can sustain us through difficult times.
All faiths are welcome. An open discussion will be led by Rev. Bradley Sullivan of Emmanual Episcopal Church.
All clients, volunteers, and friends of the program are welcome. Come as you are. Coffee, juice and a light breakfast will be served.
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Speaker Rev. Bradley Sullivan
I love Jesus, and I believe in his way, his truth, and his life. I am solidly Episcopalian because of our worship and our ways of prayer, of living scripture deeply in our lives, and of serving others. Additionally, I also love that the Episcopal Church does not require unanimity ...
I love Jesus, and I believe in his way, his truth, and his life. I am solidly Episcopalian because of our worship and our ways of prayer, of living scripture deeply in our lives, and of serving others. Additionally, I also love that the Episcopal Church does not require unanimity or uniformity in order to have unity.
My family and I live in Houston, where I was raised since I was two. Kristin, my wife, is also a priest and serves as religion teacher and chaplain at St. Mark's Episcopal School in Bellaire. Our three children, Noah, Rhys, and Ellie are the joy of our lives.
One great focus of my ministry, which was part of my initial call to ministry, continues to be reaching out to those who don't believe in Jesus. Some have been hurt by Christians in the past, others simply don't believe in Jesus for a variety of reasons. My goal is not to convert folks, but to share Jesus and faith in Jesus with them. For many, in my experience, faith can be a barrier to communion and relationship. We don't have to share faith in Jesus to share deep relationship and communion with each other. Some of my closest friends are not Christian, and we share our faith and life beautifully together. I believe Jesus is great enough for that. I believe he has redeemed the world.