All of us feel pressure from the demands and duties of our lives. And at times, they come in fast and furious and pile on us like a ton of bricks. Jesus had these crushing on Him as well. From Him, we will learn what to do when we are “under pressure” as we continue our study in the book of Mark.
Palm Sunday is recognized as the day Jesus came into Jerusalem for the last week of His life. He came into the city in full view and yet he was hidden from their eyes. Why is it that some see Jesus for who He is and receive Him, while others see Jesus and resist Him? This message will tackle these questions as we focus on the hidden Jesus.
“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you.” (John 14:27 ESV). Jesus gave us Himself, Jesus gave us peace. In this message we learn from the prince of peace as we prepare for and anticipate the coming of the King.
In our anticipation and preparation of the coming King, let us look to the scriptures to gain insight from the shepherds about how we are to live as people of joy.
Have you ever been betrayed or deeply hurt by someone you love dearly? Perhaps you are living from that place now. What would God have you do? Find out this week as we encounter the life of Joseph and Mary and learn to live as people of love.
Will you continue to serve God and live rightly even when your hopes and prayers have not been fulfilled? This is a significant question that all of us must answer. In this first message of Advent, we learn to live as people of hope from the lives of Zechariah and Elizabeth.
In this message we learn to understand our importance as parents. We learn to know when to let go. We are reminded to recognize life as a powerful teacher. We get tips on becoming the parent our child wants to come back to.
“Follow Me” is the most important invitation Jesus has given to anyone. This message considers how you can see Him clearly in order to follow Him fully.
This is a “Back to School” message focusing on the upcoming school year with prayer and advice to students and teachers for how to have an exceptional experience at school and in life.