Sunday, January 29, 2023 - What could go wrong with healing disabilities and not skipping meals? Apparently a lot! In five little encounters the people begin to realize that Jesus is more than just a miracle worker . . . which begins to expose everyone’s true colors.
Sunday, January 22, 2023 - Jesus healed the sick and drove out demons, but His ministry ran much deeper than that. Rather, His miraculous works point us to a message He preached about Himself and this very reality of life.
Sunday, January 15, 2022 - Like an alarm that goes off as the sun is rising, the beginning of Mark’s gospel makes us leap out of our beds to see that something entirely new, and yet old, is now happening with the arrival of this Man named Jesus. Who is He, and what does He mean for all our lives now?
Sunday, January 8, 2023 - Life is short we say - yet we live as if it lasts forever. Jesus was clear that keeping an accurate view of life keeps us in Kingdom perspective. And Kingdom perspective is required to do Kingdom building. As we start the new year we’ll look at how we can keep a Kingdom view of life.
Saturday, December 24, 2022 - Jesus’ birth wasn’t announced to those we would have expected. The host of angels didn’t come to the head priests or the leaders of the Jews; they appeared to lowly shepherds. God announced His Son’s birth to the most unlikely people, showing His love for all of humanity, His desire for all to know Him. The star of Bethlehem reminds us that the Gospel isn’t just for the religious, for the neat and tidy. The Good News of Jesus' birth, His death, and His resurrection is for all people.