Tag Archives: disciples
When considering “what would Jesus do?” let’s remember that flipping tables over is a possibility. So is having a fish fry (for breakfast). When the wind and waves picked up, and the disciples thought they were going to die, they … 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.
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
Sometimes we are delivered from the storm and sometimes God is right there with us in the storm. In either case we have to trust him.
We have made it to Acts Chapter 2! The disciples remained in Jerusalem as instructed before the ascension and the Holy Spirit came as promised. We don’t have to wait for the Holy Spirit today but we do need to … Continue reading
May 1, 2016 | text: Luke 24:44-49 Luke’s account of the resurrection is at the beginning of chp. 24 and only Luke describes in detail the conversation Jesus had with two disciples on the road to … Continue reading
Part 4 in the Things Jesus Said series. March 13, 2016 | text: Matthew 10 We have been reviewing some of the things Jesus said in preparation for the Passion week and celebrating Easter. For the … Continue reading
September 6th | text: Matthew 28:16-20, Acts 1:8 “Win one for the Gipper,” Ronald Reagan famously said in his on-screen portrayal of football legend George Gipp. Johnny Ace was an R&B singer that died tragically in … Continue reading