How great is the Father’s love for us! He calls us his children. And guess what? That is what we are! Sound too simple? On this Good Shepherd’s Sunday come and see just how great the love of the Good Shepherd, Jesus, is for you.
Where can we find new life? Jesus takes time after his resurrection to lead his disciples into his word. He does this because he knows that he is leaving! He does this because his Spirit will use the Word to fan the flame of faith into a blaze! Where can we find new life? It is found in God’s Word – only in Jesus name.
Why aren’t the disciples dancing the in the streets?! Jesus lives! This is true, but there was no peace in their hearts. At least not right away. This “Doubting Thomas” Sunday we’ll look at doubt and see how our God brings peace.
He lives! The grave is broken. Where, O, Death is your victory? Where, O, Death is your sting? Most of the time its a bad idea to taunt anyone. But on Easter Sunday there is nothing that death can do. Eternal life is a fact. Eternal life is ours in Jesus.
Ride on! Ride on! This is the cheer to our Lord as he enters into Jerusalem. Oh, how the week changed! The people who welcomed Jesus into the city on this Sunday may have been the same ones who cried for his death on Friday. Jesus is our King. How does our Attitude compare?
What is the ten step program that we can use to break our addiction to sin? There isn’t one. The addiction that we have goes straight down to our soul. There is no cure. Only Jesus can change us through a heart transplant. It’s a drastic step, but it’s the only one that works! Learn more as we continue our series God’s Courtroom: Rehabilitation Program
Overwhelming evidence in a courtroom makes the verdict an easy one to give. The problem is that if you were on the jury or in the judge’s seat, what verdict would you give. The evidence is overwhelming, alright. The problem is that it doesn’t look good for us! Watch to see how God handle the tough case of the human race.
There are common ideas that society simply accepts. Some of these views fly in the face of God’s will. This Sunday we looked at a few of the common societal trends in the light of God’s word. We’ll see that the world isn’t really so different from when Jesus walked the earth. Welcome to week three of our series, God’s Courtroom: Common Law.
Jacob was a man on the run! He thought he could fix everything his way – being deceptive and tricky was how he got through life. All it accomplished was for him to run from his brother who wanted him dead. Did God still love him? How could he know for sure? Watch and find out.
This Sunday we continue the 40-day journey to the cross that started on Ash Wednesday. Do you trust me? (To the moon and back, right?) You answer, “Maybe, Pastor, but it really depends on what you are doing.” Many of you have known me for more than a decade. I’ll tell you what I’m up to on Sunday morning. A better question is do you trust God? God is worthy of your trust.