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Bread of Tomorrow

Jesus taught his followers to pray, “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come; your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.  Give us today our bread of tomorrow” (Mt. 6:9-11, alt. trans.).

Each day, as we partake the bread of God’s tomorrow, we become a sign and foretaste of the coming fullness of God’s Reign and the New Creation. God’s Reign and New Creation were long dreamed about by the prophets, announced by Jesus, and have burst into our world just as Christ burst forth from the tomb! God’s future is arriving in the present.  Give us, Lord, the bread of tomorrow.

About the Authors

This site and the content herein is created and maintained by Peter and Katherine Goerzen. They are currently serving as pastors at Grace Hill Mennonite Church in rural Whitewater, KS. Katherine (BCM, Canadian Mennonite University) and Peter (BA, Bethel College, KS) are currently pursuing M.Div studies through Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Great Plains).

Aside from things church-y, Katherine and Peter enjoy their daughter, Sophia, baseball (Peter), reading (Katherine), and Get Fuzzy. Katherine and Peter can be contacted at pgoerzen*at*breadoftomorrow.org.

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