When Jesus asks to we want to be healed, do we say yes, or do we like, that man at the pool of Bethesda, have an excuse? May we say yes! Help us to take up our beds and walk in the way of Christ.
In the store, we see: NEW! It replaces what was already there and fuels our desire for the new and different. Hunger for the new and different is a mixed blessing. But Christ made all things new, even us! Renewal is an ongoing process, may we be ready for it and look for the new…
“If you are the Messiah, tell us plainly!” The people of Jesus’ time were looking for more proof. But they already had all the proof they needed, they lacked the faith. Lord, may we have faith in our Good Shepherd, that we may believe and follow You!
Enemies are someone or something you do battle with. A person, an addiction, a behavior you fight with all the time. All sin makes us enemies with God. How can we be reconciled and put an end to hostility? Jesus gave his life for us so we may also be reconciled.
As the people gave of their blessings and posessions to support pilgrims, Ananias and Sapphira gave but lied. What can we learn from these events and times about reconciliation, forgiveness, and peace? Lord help us not to be like Ananias and Sapphira, not to lie, but to be pure in heart. Let’s listen…
He is risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia! As we recall what the disciples discovered that Sunday of long ago, the grave could not contain our Lord. Let us celebrate his resurrection and the promise it brings for us. Let’s listen…
He is Risen! Join us as we celebrate Christ’s resurrection from the tomb and his triumph on Easter morning! He is Risen indeed! Alleluia!
Our Readers’ Theater for tonight looks in on the disciple Thomas during the times of Holy Week. Let’s listen as we continue our series for the Lenten Season: Questioned for Christ. Special thanks to our cast members tonight: Ed Brandmeyer, Rich Williams, and Jerry Copeland.
Our Readers’ Theater for tonight looks in on the disciple Peter during the times of Holy Week. Let’s listen as we continue our series for the Lenten Season: Questioned for Christ. Special thanks to our cast members tonight: Ed Brandmeyer, Rich Williams, and Pastor Vern
Palm Sunday was a celebration. The palm was a symbol of celebration. Jesus followed the palms to his destiny on the cross. While Jesus came to become a king, not of earth, but the King of Heaven. He came for us and is there to bring us home.