Author Archives: Clark Bunch
We started Peter’s sermon last week on Pentecost Sunday. Today we get to the “good sfuff” of the first Christian sermon and the beginning of the New Testament Church.
Jesus appeared to many, in crowds large and small, for 40 days after his resurrection. Ascension Day is 40 days after Easter and Jesus commanded his followers one final time to wait in Jerusalem for the promise. Pentecost is celebrated … Continue reading
We read God’s Word and seek to know his will so that we can be found in God’s will. To think that any of us individually is responsible for bringing about God’s will or can interfere with his plans taking … Continue reading
We are two weeks from Pentecost and continue to study the time Jesus spent with his followers between his resurrection and ascension. Join us in Acts 1 as consider promises made, promises fulfilled and the promise we wait for today.
Perhaps an unusual text for Mother’s Day but we will do the same thing we do every week, and that’s read God’s Word and let it speak to us. Elizabeth and Mary are two characters that play a pivotal role … Continue reading
The Apostle Paul reminds us to keep the most important thing most important.
Jesus joined two disciples on the road to the village of Emmaus but they did not know it was Jesus. They told him everything they knew about the events in Jerusalem that week, then Jesus told them everything he knew … Continue reading
We are naturally skeptical and that is probably to our benefit. We have to process information before deciding what to believe and what to dismiss. Faith and belief are related but not necessarily the same thing. When Jesus’s disciples saw … Continue reading
So they went out quickly from the tomb with fear and great joy, and ran to bring His disciples word. –Matthew 28:8 NKJV They were filled with fear and great joy. Being afraid did not cancel out the joy of … Continue reading
Palm Sunday, one week before Easter, is when we remember Jesus entering Jerusalem as crowds of people waved palm branches and shouted Hosanna! During Holy Week, or Passion Week, Jesus divided his time between public appearances and time alone teaching his … Continue reading