Rev. Pileggi discusses the Christian role in the development of Jerusalem in an interview on i24News.
Rev. David Pileggi on Pentecost Sunday asks and then answers the questions, “What truth do we need to learn from the passage?” and “What is the outreach and mission as described in John’s gospel?"
Rev. David Pileggi guides us through the love story of Ruth, which is read by Jews every year at Shavuot.
Rev David Pileggi looks at the particular context of God’s relationship with the Jewish people. He is the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and of Israel. Jesus is the Lion of the Tribe of Judah.
Rev. David Pileggi notes that in this passage Jesus is preparing his friends for his death and what should his family be doing after his resurrection and how should they be living?
Rev. David Pileggi looks at the perfect heart of God as reflected in the person of Jesus. He points out that Jesus, after his resurrection, only appeared to those he had a relationship with.
Rev. David Pileggi expounds the scriptures and asks “Is the daily life we live impacted by the resurrection?” The resurrection needs to be central to our lives, but how do we do that?
Rev. David Pileggi asks “How do we make the resurrection a reality in our every day lives? How do we encounter the person who is the Resurrection and the Life?”
Rev. David Pileggi reminds us that Jesus came to serve and give himself as a ransom for many. This is the paradox: He rides in on a donkey and not a warhorse.
Rev. David Pileggi compares the three previous gospel readings -- Nicodemus, the woman at the well and the man born blind -- looking at what each has in common, noting that in each case there is a struggle to understand the true and full identity of Jesus.