Easter Sunday – Nourish the Bread of Life | #124

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Easter – The ancient people passed yeast down from generation to generation. Jesus is the new “starter dough,” the Bread of Life. The culture of Christ can transform lives and raise the dead — but we have to nourish it and let it grow.

Good Friday – My Best Friend Died Today (reprise)

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Podcast: Download (Duration: 3:35 — 3.3MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Spotify | RSS | Why Subscribe? I didn’t preach this year for Good Friday, so here is a reprise from last year. Good Friday. My best friend died today. And I killed him. I didn’t mean to, but I did. I had …

Holy Thursday – Worth the Price He Paid | #123

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Holy Thursday – We judge the value of an item by the price that was paid for it. You were bought at the price of a man’s blood — and not just any man, but God’s own Son. How can you repay this debt? By loving as you are loved.

Rise from the Dead

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Bulletin Article for Easter 2011 Christ is Risen! He is truly Risen! It was one of the most horrific scenes I have ever witnessed. Two cars full of teens had just collided. A body lay dead on the pavement in front of the smaller car. Farther off, a young girl age 17 or so was lying in a pool of …

Lent5 – If you believe… it is never too late for God | #122

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Lent 5 – Have you prayed and pleaded like Martha and Mary — and now it feels “too late” for an answer from God? Miracles are happening around us even in our own day. They remind us to trust that it’s never too late for God. Do you believe this?

Lent4 – Confession Cures Spiritual Blindness | #121

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Lent 4 – Today’s readings are about Spiritual Blindness. Samuel and Paul learn to see what God sees. The best cure for spiritual blindness is Confession. In Confession, God works a miracle that we thought was impossible: He makes us holy.