There are four accounts of Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Each of them gives us some unique insight into the significance of that first Palm Sunday. We will pay close attention to what Mark has to teach us.
Pray without ceasing. – 1 Thessalonians 5:17 I admit that I’m not much of a fan of devotions. And yet, here I am writing one. I worry that short, written devotions may inspire good feelings and nice thoughts, but with … Continue reading Lenten Reflection – by Chris SchelinContinue reading →
On Suffering “While it’s true that some people become more resilient through suffering, and other people become more embittered through very similar suffering, it’s hard for any of us to conceive of a life without suffering. The Christian faith does … Continue reading Lenten Devotion – Pastor JimContinue reading →
As he led the people out of Egypt, Moses learned that there were times he needed to walk with the people and times he needed to stand alone.
The theme for our Tuesday night and Wednesday morning Bible studies, these early months of 2018, is “Feminine Characters in Genesis and Exodus.” There are more than one would think. Scholar Rachael Gelfman Schultz writes, “Genesis contains the greatest concentration … Continue reading February 22, 2018Continue reading →