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Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego -- it’s a revered story we all know — but what is the real moral of this story we read in the book of Daniel?
Jesus does not promise to keep us from the storms of life, but he will endure them with us and never forsake us. We have an enemy during the storms of our lives that can be conquered through Jesus.
Days before his own brutal death on the cross and subsequent resurrection, Jesus stood before a tomb and demanded that death release Lazarus. Lazarus came forth -- just as we all can -- because of the limitless love of God.
As we celebrate Father's Day we celebrate earthly fathers and we worship our heavenly Father, giving thanks that 1) we have a heavenly Father who is God and 2) a God we know as Father.
So many children today, like sheep, are harassed and helpless. Today we focus on what our heavenly Father can and will enable earthly fathers to do and be for their children.
Peter learned the lesson we all do -- sin will take us farther than we want to go and cost us more than we want to pay. But the good news is that Jesus does not hold the fact that we have denied him against us. The cross of Christ, and his resurrection, is good news!
Karma is a "you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours" cause and effect philosophical assumption that what goes around comes around. This religious idea is universal -- the idea that we get what we deserve. But what does the gospel say?
We turn our attention to the parable of Lazarus and the Rich Man. Greg discusses the implications of this parable in our world of "bad news religion."
In this service we consider the vision given to the Apostle John of a great multitude in white robes as a picture of God’s kingdom of heaven. Join us as we discuss the kind of people you might meet in heaven.
The Christian journey is a pilgrimage from darkness to light. This week the body of Christ joins Jesus as he travels to Jerusalem, a journey that ends as eternal light explodes out of the darkness of his tomb.