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The Rev. Carole Anderson
Mark 8:31-38:0
10 mins 40 secs
Views: 87
n our Gospel from Mark 8, Jesus challenges those who would be His to "deny themselves and take up their cross and follow him." We will look at how the hard things or difficulties in our lives bring us closer to Jesus, who suffered and died for us.
The Rev. Carole Anderson
Luke 2:22-40
12 mins 51 secs
Views: 78
When the time comes, will we be ready to listen, hear and do what we are called to do? Mary, Joseph, Simeon and Anna were. Find out the rest of the story on Sunday!
The Rev. Carole Anderson
Mark 13:24-37
13 mins 43 secs
Views: 77
This Sunday signals the beginning of Advent, literally "the Coming of Christ." It is the churches' New Year's Day. Our readings call us to: 1- Focus on what God has done for us (Isaiah 64) 2 - Pray for the restoration of our relationship with God (Psalm 80) 3- Remember- Paul's words to the church, that we will lack nothing we need as we wait for for our Lord's return (1 Cor l) 4- Be ready or watchful -In Mark's discourse on the "The End of the Age"( Mark 13) we are reminded that no one knows the day or the hour of Christ's return, so we need to stay awake. What should our attitude be as we await His coming in glory?
The Rev. Carole Anderson
John 15:1-8
22 mins 49 secs
Views: 142
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The Rev. Carole Anderson
John 20:19-33
14 mins 37 secs
Views: 110
On Pentecost Sunday we move from the "in between time" that Ginny spoke of last week to the fulfillment of the promise made by Jesus to his disciples. We will discuss the difference between the giving of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament and dramatic arrival of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. We will see that even though we may not be able to see the outcome, God always has another and better plan.