Rev. Gary Kennedy shares a wonderful message on Christmas Eve.
Rev. Gary shares his response to some difficult questions posed by a precocious 12 year old.
In this season of gift-giving we rejoice in the Lord for his great gift to the world in his Son Jesus Christ.
It’s not just the mystery of the Incarnation that marks Christmas as something extraordinary but the means by which God brings his salvation to the world. (Due to technical difficulties, the scripture passage from Acts, chapter 4, was not recorded.)
John the Baptist sets the stage for the coming of the Messiah.
Through the words of the prophet Jeremiah, the LORD promises to fulfill his promise to Israel and Judah; that a “righteous branch” would come form the line of David to bring salvation to God’s people.
Preaching from Luke 21:25-36, Pastor Sande looks at Jesus’ words that we heed the signs that will come at the end of time and be watchful and ready.
On this last Sunday of the Christian calendar we worship Christ as King and offer our thanksgiving.
Just as Daniel, in the movie The Karate Kid, unknowingly learned the basics of Karate by waxing Mr. Miagi’s deck and cars, so the Israelites gradually learned of God and his plan of salvation through what as known as “progressive revelation” beginning in Genesis and continuing through the Gospels.