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Seasonal

Category

Seasonal

Lent, advent, you name it! Here are our seasonal blog posts.

If you would have said the word ‘Advent’ to me when I was a kid, my first thought would have been some sort of calendar. Specially, the one with doors and candy, and found in my friends’ homes. Advent – in any form – was not a part of my…

One of our favorite things to do in the summer is read a good book. We recently asked our employees to give us some of the top books on their reading list. And now we are sharing these Christian book recommendations with you! If any of these look interesting to…

He Is Risen

Fully God and fully man. For over 30 years Jesus lived as a man. Yet, in the few years leading up to his death on a cross, it became clear that he was no ordinary man. What man could do these type of things? End a storm with his wordsMultiply…

Later, knowing that everything had now been finished, and so that Scripture would be fulfilled, Jesus said, “I am thirsty.” A jar of wine vinegar was there, so they soaked a sponge in it, put the sponge on a stalk of the hyssop plant, and lifted it to Jesus’ lips.…

Today we remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Depending on your tradition, it is usually called Palm or Passion Sunday. All four gospels record this significant and prophetic event, and I highly recommend you read them for yourself. You can find them in Matthew 21:1-11; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:28-44; and…

Hope is a double edged sword. Walking through Holy Week, we think along the lines of so many events… It’s so busy! Jesus Christ rode into Jerusalem while His people worshipped and called hosanna, He cleansed the temple and taught His people. He is betrayed by one who is unfaithful.…

As we continue in Passion week, moving closer to Good Friday, we remember the arrest and trial of Jesus. To set the stage, Jesus has been taken from the garden where He prayed by temple guards. He was betrayed by one of His own. The theme of the arrest and…

The community outreach events are completed.  The music hit home.  The preaching connected.  Lives were changed forever.  Everything you’ve worked towards and focused on the last several weeks has come to fruition. Easter is over.  Now what? A POST FOR OUR PASTOR FRIENDS You knew this moment would happen, but the hustle…

I don’t travel to new places very often; I love being at home. A couple weeks ago I broke the mold and traveled to southern California to spend time with my sister. We spent a Saturday at Disneyland together! The day was a happy whirl of rides, lines, ice cream,…

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