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Mark 6:1-13 Jesus experiences rejection in his hometown and then commissions his disciples to go forth to preach and to heal.
Mark 4:35-41 One evening, while Jesus and his disciples were crossing the sea together, there was a great storm and the disciples were afraid. “Do you not care that we are perishing?” they asked. Jesus stilled the storm, then asked, “Why are you afraid? Have you still no faith?”
Mark 3:20-35 Jesus is misunderstood by his followers, the crowds, and even his own family.
1 Samuel 15:34-16:13 After the death of Saul, Samuel seeks out a new king for Israel, anointing David, the young son of Jesse.
Guest Preacher David Atkins reminds us of the true nature of God.
Acts 2:1-21 Gathered together in Jerusalem on the Jewish festival of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit comes upon the followers of Christ and propels them into the streets speaking the languages of the earth and astonishing the inhabitants of the city.
Pastor Doug traces the origins of Mother's Day and shares his personal prayers that may comfort, renew and strengthen a parent while raising children.
Acts 8:26-40 Philip is urged to go to the desert at noon. There he meets an Ethiopian who asks him, "What is to prevent me from being baptized?"
Guest Speaker Mary Decker reminds us of the "Living Hope" that resides in each one of us.
Psalm 23 This well known Psalm reminds us that God is willing to pursue us even into the valley of the shadow of death.
Luke 24:36b-48 The fearful disciples are surprised by the risen Christ coming and standing among them, commissioning them as his witnesses.
John 20:19-31 On Easter evening the disciples of Jesus gather behind locked doors. Despite their fears, the risen Christ comes to them and stands among them.
John 20:1-18 John tells of three
disciples coming to the empty tomb while it was still dark.
John 13:1-7, 31b-35 Jesus shares a last meal with his disciples and takes on the role of a servant and washes the disciples feet.
John 12:20-33 Jesus speaks of his impending death not as a defeat but rather as a triumph in which he will “draw everyone to me.”
Numbers 21:4-9 The Israelites become impatient, discouraged and lose trust in God. They begin to speak against God and Moses. As serpents are unleashed, they repent and ask for Moses to intervene with God on thier behalf.
John 2:13-22 Jesus clears the temple courts of the money changers.
Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16 God makes a covenant with Abraham, promising to make a great nation of him and Sarah that will bless all the other nations.
Mark 1:9-15 Mark succinctly reports the baptism and temptation of Jesus along with his first preaching in Galilee.
Mark 9:2-9 This is Mark’s account of Jesus’ strange transfiguration on the mountain before his astounded disciples.
Isaiah 40:21-30 God does not faint or grow weary. Those who wait on God will renew their strength and mount up with wings like eagles.
Mark 1:14-20 Jesus calls a group of people to be his disciples.
Eloise Boortz from the UMW teaches about the contributions of Esther and Dorcas.
1 Samuel 3:1-20 Samuel, the little boy working for Eli, the priest, is addressed by God one night.
Mark 1:4-11 Jesus comes to John who is baptizing in the Jordan River; Jesus is baptized by him, engulfed by the Holy Spirit, and proclaimed God’s Son by a heavenly voice.
Luke 2:1-20 The Birth of The Messiah
John 1:6-8, 19-28 John the Baptist appears in the wilderness, witnessing to the advent of the light, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.
Mark 1:1-8 John the Baptist, preaching in the wilderness, proclaims “good news” as the Gospel of Mark begins the story of the advent of Jesus. John’s good news involves a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins.
Mark 13:24-37 Jesus foretells a day when the world will be radically changed by the advent of the power of God in its fullness. “Therefore, keep awake,” warns Jesus.