This week we look at taking up the armor of God and how the previous week’s discussions help us to not just observe but act.
This week we take a moment to reflect on the Holocaust and it’s impact and why remembering matters. We also look at how God can sustain us through unimaginable difficulties in life through humbling ourselves.
Finishing our series on Pesach we talk about the hope the Jesus brings today and look at the example from the Road to Emmaus.
The Korban Pesach – the sacrificial lamb of Passover is the centerpiece to the conversation of deliverance, freedom, and hope. Tonight we look at four ways Jesus represents the Korban Pesach.
Pesach – Part 1. As we approach Passover/Easter in a few weeks we focus on the Seder meal and how it shows us the importance of repentance, following God, and the hope of a life free from slavery and bitterness.
Tonight’s meeting is cancelled – we will meet Sat 3/20 at 7PM!
No time for anything? Wondering how to get it all done?
Don’t forget your essentials to take care of yourself and that
includes getting the Word of God!
Purim reminds us of God’s mercy and power over circumstances.
Where is our hope – in comfort and safety or trusting in the Lord?
What motivates or masters you – the reason you get things done?
We’ll look at Michal and Abigail to see what motivated them and led to two different outcomes with David and their lives. It’s all about what masters us and our priorities.
Three keys to building relationships that will last longer than the chocolates and flowers you bought.
Mercy is something we need to keep us on track to reach God’s destination in our lives and calling. We look at passages in both Old and New Testament how the response to mercy is more than gratitude.
This Wednesday, January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It’s sad to see the warnings of rising anti-Semitism against the backdrop of current events. There is hope – things that you can do to help curb Anti-Semitism.