It might be hard to believe, but you and I could share our Jesus just like Peter did on the day of Pentecost. So what did Peter do that we can do to share our faith?
“Christ” was not Jesus’ last name. It was a description of WHO He was. So what does it mean that Jesus is the Christ, and what difference can that make in our lives?
We all have regrets, things we’ve done or have had done to us in the past. Paul describes two ways of dealing with these regrets- worldly and godly. Consider these thoughts from our Family Minister Scott Jewell on living without regret.
Paul “stood in the gap.” A heresy was threatening the churches in Galatia that was so powerful that even Peter and Barnabas were swayed by its influence. What Paul did can tell us a lot about the importance of standing firm against false teachings and standing up to protect God’s people.
Peter, John and Mary Magdalene all saw the empty tomb… but they all came away with different conclusions. What can we learn from these first three witnesses of the risen Christ?
When it came right down to it, Jesus was the one who paused to wash everyone’s feet before the Passover meal. What does this action reveal about those who were there and what should we learn from this event? Consider these thoughts from Scott Jewell, our Family Minister.