Comments From The Cross: Greetings!

He’s not here, but ya know what? Because of another Gospel Truth wrapped up in the incarnation and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, our God has been here. So wherever you’ve been, He’s been there. And while He’s not here here in the sense of the tomb here, by the power and presence of the Holy Spirit, He’s here alright. Right here and right now. He’s here! Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we celebrate Resurrection Sunday!

Comments From The Cross: Seeing God

Many years ago Jesus sat on a Galilean hillside and shared with a few thousand followers secrets to life. He told them pridefully uncomfortable things like "love your enemy." He told them seemingly painful things like if their hand causes them to sin they should cut it off. And he told them wildly unpopular things like "no one can serve God and money." He told them all these things and more just a few days before rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we listen again to Jesus' Sermon on the Mount.

Comments From The Cross: The Three Marys

Jesus had conversation with all kinds of people. He talked with the wealthy, the religious leaders, prostitutes, the poor, and even criminals. One of Jesus' most memorable conversations was on the cross with the criminals. Jesus speaks their language. He knows their pain - he gave his life even for the criminal. Join us Sunday morning at 9:30am as we learn more about this memorable moment that has been talked about throughout the ages.

Comments From The Cross: The Criminals On The Cross

Jesus had conversation with all kinds of people. He talked with the wealthy, the religious leaders, prostitutes, the poor, and even criminals. One of Jesus' most memorable conversations was on the cross with the criminals. Jesus speaks their language. He knows their pain - he gave his life even for the criminal. Join us Sunday morning at 9:30am as we learn more about this memorable moment that has been talked about throughout the ages.

Comments From The Cross: He (Can't/Didn't) Save Himself

On many levels, I get it. I grew up with the foundation of the faith – Jesus died to forgive me of my sins. But why all the mocking? That seems like overkill. Just thinking of those chief priests and scribes and elders mocking him makes me wish I was there so I could let out a little righteous anger myself. I know he had to die, but did he have to be mocked? Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30 as we hear another comment from the cross and remember that Jesus didn't--not couldn't--save Himself.