Can you picture Luke sitting at his table, strewn with notes and scrolls, interviewing those who had walked with Jesus?
Then he picks up his stylus and begins to write what we call “Luke” and “Acts”.
Why is he writing? “So that you may know the certainty of the things you have been taught.” (Luke 1:4)
The Gospel of Luke is a fascinating account of Jesus and those who witnessed his life. We are going to shine a spotlight on the meaning of “witness.” We will be strengthened as followers and as witnesses as we learn from these fascinating stories.
Today on Mother’s Day, we look at a bold and courageous woman – Mary the mother of Jesus