This is a podcast about Jesus relationship with children and how the Residential School System got it so wrong.
A podcast from our Sunday morning service this past Sunday June 20, 2021.
Our first service together in 10 weeks.
A reflection on Paul’s dramatic encounter with Jesus on the road to Damascus.
A Roman Centurion, an Apostle, and two visions that bring them together in a history altering experience.
An early follower of Jesus.
A committed disciple.
One of the first Deacons.
A man of faith.
A brilliant orator.
A severe critic.
The first Martyr.
The Apostle Peter.
Outspoken, Opinionated, Committed.
A man who can’t swim, swears in his rejection of even knowing the arrested Jesus.
Cowering with others in fear behind a locked door.
And then…It’s a whole new story.
There are many named in Scripture worthy of being recognized as heroes of the faith.
Sometimes however, there are those who are relatively unknown who’s example is worthy of note.
Two of these are Barnabas and Barsabbas.
How do we deal with disappointment? Especially public disappointment. Barsabbas can be great example of how to deal with those moments when we’re not the first one chosen.
Words of Peace, Power and Purpose.
These were the words to his followers on the night of his resurrection; words with meaning for us today.
Also a song by Sarah Groves.
The name Cruxifusion is confusing the first time you hear it. I explain its meaning in this podcast so I won’t say anything more. Paul’s words of encouragement to the Philippian church are less confusing. I share some of his thoughts as found in Philippians chapter 2.
I make the statement in this Podcast that “everyone loves a fish fry”. That may be overstating it somewhat. Service groups tend to love a fish fry as a means of raising funds for worthwhile causes. Something else that the virus has curtailed.
Here’s hoping I can share some words of encouragement around a fish fry that Jesus sponsored for a worthwhile cause.