The Scripture John 2: 13-17 13 When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 14 In the temple courts he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others sitting at tables exchanging money. 15 So he made a whip out of cords, and...
Our Lenten Theme for this Sunday is Again & Again we are called to listen! As our passage this morning reveals to us, it is hard to listen when someone is saying something you don’t want to hear or we are anxious or surprised and we feel we have to move into action.
These series of events; the baptism of Jesus, the 40 days in the wilderness, and the news of John the Baptist’s arrest are all events leading up to the beginning of Jesus’ ministry. In what ways was Jesus being prepared
Watch the Sermon Sunday Worship Service February 14, 2021Sunday WorshipPosted by Elk Grove Presbyterian Church on Sunday, February 14, 2021The Scripture Mark 9: 2-9 2 After six days Jesus took Peter, James and John with him and led them up a high mountain, where they...
Life is rough right now isn’t it? Daily we hear about the number of deaths due to the coronavirus, the total number of people who have died is now over 460,000…a staggering number!
Jesus has hit the road and is off and running. his public teaching ministry has now officially begun! One might think he would go off on retreat with his disciples to spend some quality training time together, you know the kind of training you do with new recruits, maybe plot out some key teaching points, give some hints on “how best to work with him”, you know maybe share his goals and the outcome he hopes to accomplish
This past week we saw Joe Biden take the oath of the office of the presidency. And his work started immediately. I mean after a little pomp and circumstance, going to Arlington National Cemetery, and walking briefly into the White House grounds, he immediately went to work.
I was quietly sitting on the sofa reading a murder mystery…my favorite type of book, when all of a sudden Bob comes running into the house. Come and see! You’ve got to see this!
The arrival of a King had been anticipated throughout the land and this anticipation had been growing stronger and stronger…an expectation that can be felt in the air that soon very soon a new King would reign over the land.
So Christmas is behind us now! For most of us, our homes are still a little disheveled…not everything is put back in its place. There is a gentle, peaceful lingering of the Christmas spirit.