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Archive: The Hard Sayings of Jesus - Spring Bible Class

Long before cell phones, the Internet, or HDTV could ever broadcast a message, Jesus’ words attracted crowds by the thousands. Yet many people—his disciples, the teachers of the law, and others—found certain words and sayings to be confusing or challenging. Perhaps you’ve struggled with these as well. Come and embrace the Savior’s words of life!

Join Pastor Warnecke for this class:

Sundays - May 7, 14 and 21
Tuesdays/Wednesdays - May 2/3, 9/10 and 16/17

 

 

 

 

 

 

Archive: 2017 Lent and Easter Worship Services

Repent: Turn To Jesus!

March 1 - Ash Wednesday Services with Communion 3:30 & 7pm
    And Not to Yourself

March 8 - 3:30 & 7pm
    Do Not Turn Away

March 15 - 3:30 & 7pm
    He Holds the Key to Heaven

March 22 - 3:30 & 7pm
    He Longs to Forgive You

March 29 - 3:30 & 7pm
    He Changes Your Life

April 5 - 3:30 & 7pm
    When You Face Temptations

April 13 - 7pm Maundy Thursday Service with Communion
    And Receive a Special Assurance of Your Forgiveness

April 14 - Good Friday Services
    The Signs of Christ’s Passion
    12 - 3pm - TreOre Service

Easter Sunday Services
April 16
    6am - Sunrise Worship Service
    8:30 & 10:30am - Resurrection Festival Services
    For Resurrection and Life

 

Archive: Come and Worship the Lord! - January Observer Message

“After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star in the east and have come to worship him,” (Matthew 2:1-2). The Magi came later. It was not the same night as Jesus’ birth in the stable. Magi is another name for wise men. We are not told how many there were, although three is a common number used, maybe because of the three gifts mentioned in the Bible (gold, incense, and myrrh).

January 6th is Epiphany, which means, “a showing, being revealed, made known.” It is the date to celebrate the revealing of the Christ child to the wise men from the east. It has also been called the Gentile Christmas day. It is a season of the church year where Jesus is shown and revealed as the Son of God, the promised Savior. It is especially a time to come and worship that Savior.

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