As we begin our Lenten journey this year, we turn to the story of our Lord’s suffering, death, and resurrection. Every good story must have an arch villain, and Judas certainly qualifies. Judas, however, was not the only one who was drawn into these world-changing events. Some were central to what was happening. At least one was surprised by his involvement. Some were intimately involved with each other. Others had no knowledge of the others existence, yet all were gathered into the story by the cross.
Opening service of the new worship center in 2016.
The Gospel of John reminds us that our God came in the Flesh! What an incredible event! What is even more remarkable is that Jesus coming in the flesh was meant for us to learn from him, to emulate him, to praise him, to honor him, and receive so much more from him. Yes, Jesus came to forgive sins. Yes, Jesus came to conquer death and the grave. He also came to show us how to live and behave until his return to take us home.
Join us for a sermon series based off of the things discussed in this book.