At Connexion, Pastor Bob joins us to share a message titled “Life in the Holy Spirit: Thinking Beyond Sensationalism.” Bob will share insight from scripture on the Holy Spirit and will focus on the role of the Spirit, the nature and practice of spiritual gifts, and the concept of baptism in the Holy Spirit.
Can you relate to Peter, Thomas, and Paul in their interaction with Jesus? Their stories offer encouragement as we seek to follow our risen Lord. Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again!
Journey with us as we follow Jesus and the disciples on the last leg of the road to the cross.
From John 17:6-25. We often ask others to pray for us and it is always encouraging to hear that they do. However, the reality that Jesus Christ is praying for us…now that takes encouragement to another level! Take heart friends, Jesus is praying for you.
From John 16:5-16. While on their final journey to Jerusalem, Jesus reassured the disciples by saying, “You will not be alone because I am sending the Holy Spirit.” Sometimes our circumstances leave us feeling worried, confused, or even alone. But Jesus still speaks – you are never alone. The Spirit of God is always present with the people of God, comforting and guiding us.
We are glad to have had Pastor Dale Beaver of Christian Fellowship Church in Evansville, IN as our special guest this week. Pastor Beaver has served at CFC for the past 10 years and prior to that was a chaplain on the NASCAR race circuit. He will share with us insight from scripture and his own life experiences on living in faith in Christ during your young adult years.
From John 15:1-17. Food and water are absolutely essential ingredients for physical life. However, when it comes to spiritual life, there is another essential ingredient. Jesus teaches in John 15 that in order to “stay alive” you must “remain in the vine,” because “I am the vine and you are the branches.”
We resumed our Life in the Kingdom series with a message from Josiah called “The Lost Sons” on the parable Charles Dickens and Ralph Waldo Emerson called “the greatest story ever told.” Join us as we consider the transforming truth that Jesus’ Prodigal Son parable displays about our basis for relationship with God.
John 11:21-27. Mary and Martha sent word to Jesus to come and help their brother, Lazarus, but Jesus did not come until it seemed there was no hope left. Do we trust Jesus when he doesn’t come through as we expect?