Come Follow Me is a series of exegetical reflections based on the assigned Gospel reading for the Sundays of a liturgical year. Each reflection contains insights that are explained and applied to the lived experience of a Christian disciple. Each insight section concludes with a set of questions intended to help the reader apply the various points to their practical faith lives.
Monsignor Mueggenborg presents a simple resource that can help enrich the faith lives of parishioners and assist them in becoming missionary disciples. These reflections are based on the Gospel readings assigned to a given Sunday in the Liturgical Year. Each reflection identifies some significant elements in the Gospel passage followed by application questions that challenge a disciple's faith life. The reflections are designed for use in either small group Bible studies or as a resource for individual prayer and contemplation. The reflections intentionally start with the brevity and simplicity of Advent before developing into more complex explorations of the biblical text as the year progresses. The Word of God is alive, powerful, and sharper than a two-edged sword (Heb 4:12). Come Follow Me is a tried and proven resource that helps to unleash the power of the Word in the hearts of Christ's disciples.
About the Author
Most Reverend Daniel Mueggenborg is an Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, Washington, nominated by Pope Francis in April 2017. He was ordained priest in 1989 and received the License Degree in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome with a specialization in Biblical Theology in 1990. He has served in various ministry assignments including high school, university, parish, diocesan, and seminary settings, most recently as Pastor of the Parish of Christ the King in Tulsa, Oklahoma.