What describes us more in our Gratitude to God? Are we the 9 who left, or the Samaritan who returned to thank Jesus? Ultimately when we understand who Jesus is, part of our gratitude to God is expressed in a humility that is both emotive and expressive.
Tony Singh will talk about transformation that took place in his disciples after Jesus’ death and resurrection. How did the timid, cowardly apostles transform into courageous, bold defenders of the Christian faith who were willing to give their lives for the truth of Jesus Christ? How the death of Christ affects us?
Easter teaches us that we have been saved from death and chosen by Christ’s grace, which is all possible because of the incomparable power of the resurrection.
What kind of kingdom do we want and what king do you hail? As we celebrate Palm Sunday in remembrance of our true king, let us focus on creating a kingdom of inclusivity where all are welcome.
Are we distracted or devoted? In a busy world filled with distractions, let us remember that the only one thing that is needed is to sit at Jesus’ feet.Are we distracted or devoted? In a busy world filled with distractions, let us remember that the only one thing that is needed is to sit at Jesus’ feet.
God is working to conform us to the likeness of his son. Because of this, we are never alone, and special in his sight because we are called to a partnership with Christ
In the winds of anxiety and squalls of stress, let us not forget to invest in self care. Let us do our rest and allow God to work his best.
Becoming like Jesus means being filled with the compassion that enables us to love despite societal standards and stigma. Jesus never defined people by their situation, but in great compassion looked to fulfilling personal needs of those longing to be loved.
In order for the disciples to have a calm, untroubled heart, Jesus’s washed their feet. An action which was also symbolic of washing our sins on the cross.
Do you find yourself questioning God’s wisdom in difficult situations? Although God loves us immensely, it does not mean that we’re not going to have human experiences. Adversity occurs so that God’s glory will be known.