When Jesus enters a room, everything changes! I realize we do not see the Saviour walking in our midst in the 21st century, like He did in the 1st century, but that doesn’t mean He isn’t present. God is very much at work today and we can expect to see results if we will submit … [Read more…]
A key priority that Jesus had during His earthly ministry was that He spent alone time with His Father. As busy as He was teaching the multitudes and healing the sick, He always made time to be with the Father. There is so much that we can learn from that on this Fathers’ Day Sunday. … [Read more…]
It’s Resurrection Sunday (Easter) and a perfect day to come and meet your risen Saviour! A couple of startled ladies met Him in person the day He actually rose from the dead. What was that like? Can some of that passion come to us two centuries later? Let’s find out this Sunday at 10:30 am … [Read more…]
What all was involved in Jesus’ passionate words, “Father, into Your hands I commit My spirit”? Luke’s gospel records this statement as the very last words Jesus spoke before His final breath on the cross. Let’s go deeper with this, shall we? Join us at 10:30 am or online.
One of the last things Jesus said on the cross was, “It is Finished!” However, not every soul was saved nor every body healed. So, what did He really mean by this important statement? Let’s dig deeper in the Word to find out. Join us at 10:30 am at the church or online.
One of Jesus’ last statements that He made on the cross was, “I thirst!” What made Him thirsty? Of course, there is the obvious reality of the present situation, that in His emaciated and weakened state He was severely dehydrated. However, this is not the first time in the New Testament account that we find … [Read more…]
AS we continue to study the last words of Jesus on the cross, it’s hard to imagine that God would actually forsake His one and only Son, yet He did. What can we learn from this that will give us tremendous hope in this world? Let’s find out this Sunday at 10:30 am or right … [Read more…]
In the throes of an agonizing death, our Saviour nevertheless exuded tender compassion for his mother and clear confidence in one of His timid disciples. What can we learn from His example that will help us in daily life? Well, join us this Sunday at 10:30 am (or online) to find out!
The two criminals who hung on the cross next to Jesus both joined in with the crowd to revile the Son of God. But then one had a change of heart and everything changed. What can we learn about his actions? Join us at 10:30 am this Sunday to discover more about this life-changing turnaround. … [Read more…]
As we start to make our way to the cross and the empty grave this Lenten season, we will start by considering Jesus’ plea for forgiveness: “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” What can we learn from this prayer that will bring freedom to our own lives? Join us this Sunday … [Read more…]