In their own language

On Sunday June 9, we will celebrate the Day of Pentecost in worship. The Festival of Pentecost was an annual festival for Jews during the time of the early church and before. It occurred 50 days after Passover (the word “Pentecost” means fifty), and was a celebration of the harvest and, at the time of the early church,
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What did you learn from Luke?

On December 2, 2018, our congregation began a journey through Luke.  Our sermon on May 5 covered the end of the Gospel, and our Bible class this Sunday, May 12, will cover the last chapter.  What did you learn about Luke?  What teaching or parables stood out, and why?  How did you grow in your faith?  We would love to
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You are witnesses!

He told them, “This is what is written: The Christ will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, and repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. You are witnesses of these things.  –   Luke 24:46-48 NIV A couple of years ago I was driving my
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On the road again

Did you know that you can drive from San Francisco all the way to New York on one road? Interstate Highway 80 runs all the way from one city to the other, and the distance is a whopping 2,903 miles. Google estimated it would take 44 hours of driving to complete the trip (with the usual traffic ). The journey would take
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What kind of leader do you have?

There is a lot of political controversy in the United States, and there has been for a long time. People from the two major political parties are constantly attacking each other, trying to show what bad leaders the people on the other side are. Social media posts are written to discredit and blame prominent political f
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