Every Christian is a priest. We do not need a priest – we need to be committed to our personal priestly benefits and responsibilities. This is our call.
WRITTEN BY MELISSA H. STRAUTMAN, LMT What Does God Say About the Kavanaugh Accusations? Companion blog to “Credible” Better asked, what does the Bible say about determining if accusations of wrongdoing against any person are credible or incredible (not believable)? In the sermon we are digging into this week, “Credible”, Pastor Wilson springboards off the…
John’s record of the Great Commission is brief, yet clear. Jesus had been sent on a mission by His Father – and now He sends us on the same mission. We cannot stay where we are and go where God sends us at the same time.
No one saw the resurrection of Jesus. There were no eye-witnesses to this most important of events. What is required for a thing not seen to be believed? God is clear: you need evidence. And the resurrection of Jesus is proved by substantial evidence.
John moves in His gospel from the details of Christ’s death and burial to the encounters with the risen Lord. At the forefront of these encounters is a most unlikely woman; Mary Magdalene.