The coronavirus has brought along with it an ocean of opinions. We have opinions about the severity of the virus. We have opinions about the quarantine. We have opinions about politics. We have opinions about when church should resume.
Revisiting the moment of Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection, and what we can learn from those who were there.
If you have not been attending a Connect Group – now is a great time to get connected! Even though these groups cannot meet in person, we are still able to see each other, share prayer requests, and hear great teaching.
Sometimes we believe the lie from the Enemy that if we just had more time during the day then we would finally be able to read our Bibles.
We are all worshipping something – where has it gotten us? Sermon Text: John 3:1-8, John 4:7-19
Growing up, my mother absolutely would not allow my twin brother and I to ever, under any circumstances, say the following two words: “I’m bored!” If we said those awful words, she would respond by making us be “un-bored” and giving us a job!
Back in the pre-pandemic days I would often get away from the office and grab lunch – all by myself. As an introvert I often crave times of isolation because I need those times to recharge.
He is Risen! Watch our full April 2020 Easter service online. Music: Christ the Lord, Behold our God
Each day this week, I encourage you to read the short Scripture text below assigned to each day to help position your heart to treasure our Risen King.
Exploring the significance of Palm Sunday and the symbolism of the Lamb of God.