April 12, 2020

It is interesting how a hole in a hill could change the course of history. Jesus the son of God was laid in a borrowed tomb, a hole in the side of a hill. Joseph of Arimathea rolled a stone in front of the opening and left. Then the most amazing thing ever took place....

April 11, 2020

What was Saturday like for Jesus’ followers? It was the sabbath. There was nothing they could do. Imagine for a moment that you are one of the twelve. You have walked away from a business, maybe it was a family business. Maybe you have left a good job with a good incom...

April 10, 2020

What we call Good Friday was a horrendous time in the life of Jesus. He went through a mockery of a trial at the Hight Priest home. He was questioned by Pilot and was found not guilty. He was then sent before Herod, who was the ruler over Galilee. Herod found no fault...

April 9, 2020

Passover was a time of remembering God’s deliverance of the people of Israel from Egypt. This was very literally a time to remember the passing over of the death angel that looked to see if the blood of a sacrificial lamb had been applied to the door post. Jesus sat do...

April 2, 2020

Life seems to be changing at the speed of light right now. Just when I thought I had a sense of where we are and what is going on, life continues to change. My reading this morning comes from Psalm 145. The writer spends time praising God for His greatness, His attribu...

March 31, 2020

The “new normal” for our lives is starting to settle in. For some, cabin fear is setting in. For others fear has become the norm. For those in leadership and the healthcare industry they start the day wondering what this day will hold. Many people are having an interna...

March 26, 2020

In the uncertainty today it is easy to allow our minds to bounce from thought to though, tv station to tv station, worry to worry. Be Still. (Psalm 48:10) For some, those are the most difficult words. You are more comfortable moving and bouncing from one task to anothe...

March 24, 2020

There is much news circulating today and most of it is focused on the Corona Virus. Topics range from numbers infected to the economic impact. None of the topics seem to bring any hope, just more uncertainty and fear. As we start a new day, I want to encourage to pause...

March 24, 2020

The church is alive and well. The church has never been about a gathering place, but the people of God. In recent days I have heard so many stories of our church family being the church. Phone calls to say, 'how are you doing’. Encouraging text Messages and emails. Sun...

March 24, 2020

In the Bible people with needs always seem to end up in the presence of Jesus. Today as the shut down of our country starts to settle in there are many people who find themselves in need. Luke 8:40-56 introduces us to two such people. Jairus a ruler comes to Jesus begg...

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