Summary: When sharing our faith, we must understand that we participate in both the cross and the grave; our sin was the cause of His death. We cannot get to the resurrection without the death of Jesus, and it's critical we remember to share that!
Summary: There are "Iron man" competitions of men & women. Only the toughest win. A recent movie captures the fighting spirit of a protector of mankind. But the ultimate "Ironman" is Jesus Christ, who faced the colossal specter of the cross, sin & death & overcame
Summary: Water is a thematic element in the Gospel of John. Jesus baptised in it, turned it to wine, used it as a metaphor of life, used it to heal, walked on it, and washed His disciples feet with water. Yet on the cross He needed water, and He got none.
Summary: Most of us are familiar with the facts of the crucifixion. We know that Jesus was hung on a cross and left to die and that after His death He was buried in a tomb. We can list the facts but the bigger question remains: When all is said and done, what d
Summary: How do we prepare ourselves to approach the Lord's Table? What does it mean to 'prepare' yourself? What does it entail? Why is it important? When we celebrate the Lord's Supper, we must do it in a worthy manner and with a worthy heart...
Summary: Things around us change, business come and go, places from our childhood make way for the progress of tomorrow, it seems the only constant in life is change.
It is good to know that while everything around us may change there is a constant that remains
Summary: Our Christian Tree is on a hill in a city called Jerusalem, in the nation of Israel. Its not much to look at. Its made of wood and isnt even finished or sanded smooth. Its really rugged looking. I see gifts under it. Lets investigate!