For the first time in history, the church is celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ in digital only…since Coronavirus keeps us from gathering, this will have to do! In this service, we hear a message based on Romans 6.1-11, which begins at 13:22. We also have a virtual celebration of the Lord’s Supper, and hear a solo. Watch below!
“Arrive Alive” has been used as a tagline to discourage impaired driving for many years, but it’s a good word for God’s people to proclaim to the world, too! This message starts at 30:37, and is based on 1 Corinthians 15.21-25. I chose this message title because it was Civic Services Appreciation Sunday, when we welcomed Police, Fire, EMS and politicians from the area who serve our community to come and be recognized and thanked for their work.
The video from “A Charlie Brown Christmas” – the audio for which did not work for us in this gathering – can be found here.
On Easter, we highlight the resurrection of Jesus (which we otherwise celebrate each Sunday). But what can we say to those who ask, “So what?” about the resurrection? The story of the raising of Lazarus in John 11.1-44 gives us some ideas. Here’s the whole service; you can fast-forward to 27:00 to watch the message.
The message of Easter is that Jesus’ resurrection sets us free from sin and grants us life eternal. Who doesn’t want that? Yet many of us place barriers in the way. The big question in this message, based on 1 Corinthians 15.35-39, 50-58 is this: What has to die in you so that Jesus can come alive? Listen here:
Jesus is risen! He is risen indeed! A fine crowd gathered to worship God and celebrate Jesus’ resurrection at St. Paul’s, Nobleton this morning. We rejoiced at God’s gift of new life to us. We read from Isaiah 65 and John 20. You can listen to the message, “20:20 Vision” by clicking here. Near the end of the message, we watched this video.