Post by Pastor Dave Franklin D. Roosevelt once said that “we have nothing to fear but fear itself.” Somebody else once said that fear is an acronym for “False Evidence Appearing Real”. So…what are you afraid of? What happens in your life when you become afraid? What do you do with that fear? Do you… Continue reading Favorite Bible Story #6
Post by Pastor Dave In his sermon, Pastor Stephen reminded us of a very important connection between and Old and New Testaments. In Exodus God fed His people manna in the wilderness after they escaped from Egypt. In the Gospel of John Jesus again feeds God’s people, this time fish and bread from a little… Continue reading Feeding of the 5,000
Post by Helen P. Pastor Dave explained to us that the writer of the Gospel of Matthew sure did like mountains. When Jesus met the devil, He was taken to a mountain. He feeds the 5,000 on a mountain, He prays on a mountain, He is transfigured on a mountain, and now He is meeting… Continue reading How do you spell D-I-S-C-I-P-L-E?
Post by Pastor Dave Matthew has a thing about mountains! He begins Jesus’ earthly ministry on the mountain with the sermon on the mount (Matthew 5) and ends Jesus’ earthly ministry with the Great Commission on the mountain here in chapter 18. And in between Jesus is on the mountain… Praying in chapter 14 Feeding… Continue reading Mountaintop Experiences
Post by Helen P. “So I send you” said Jesus to his disciples and they went. They went to cities and countries near and far to proclaim the story of Jesus. Pastor Stephen reminds us that now we are the sent ones of God. It happened at our baptism. We were baptized into the action… Continue reading Spirit Sightings
Post by Pastor Stephen: This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday! Wear red clothes and bring your copy of Bread for the Day. Both will help with worship and aid your role in the work we do together. There are two stories we’ll hear from the bible about the gift of the Holy Spirit to the church.… Continue reading The Violent Wind Breath of God
Post by Helen P. He showed us with his hands and a circle the work Jesus was sent to do. With one hand, Jesus “came down from heaven, was incarnate of the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary and became truly human.” As his hand sweeps to the bottom of the circle, Jesus heals the… Continue reading Finish the Work