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April 27 – 2nd Sunday of Easter
Scripture Reading: Psalm 143, Matthew 21:18-22, John 20:24-29
Sermon Title: “Believing without Seeing”
Synopsis: Doubt is a normal part of our faith journey. We all have doubt. Sometimes we are overwhelmed by doubt. When has believing in God been the most difficult for you? Why? Where you able to move beyond that doubt? Do you pray for God to instill you with faith? God is the one who can help us believe without seeing. Will we ask for God’s help?
May 4 – 3rd Sunday of Easter – Communion – Larry Kent Preaching
Scripture Reading: John 20:30-31, John 21:1-14, John 21:15-19
Sermon Title: “Dealing with our Shame”
Synopsis: Peter tried his best to ignore his shame, but eventually he had to face it, and let go of it. Peter had to accept and believe he was forgiven. This is one of the great transformational moments of our life, when we are able to face our shame and give it to God trusting we are forgiven. Where is there shame in your life? Isn’t it time to believe you are forgiven?
May 11 – 4th Sunday of Easter – Mother’s Day
Scripture Reading: Ruth 1:15-18, Psalm 145, I Corinthians 13
Sermon Title: “Thanking Mom”
Synopsis: How has your mom loved you through your life? How has your mom’s love pointed you to the love of God?
May 18 – 5th Sunday of Easter – Distribution of Bibles – Jeff Silliman Preaching
Scripture Reading: John 7:1-13, John 7:14-24, John 7:25-31
Sermon Title: “The Debate Rages”
Synopsis: What are the religious debates of our day? How do you know what is true and what is not? How do you know what to trust? How do we interact with people who choose not to believe? What is our best witness? How do we respond to those who want to “kill” Jesus and faith in Jesus? These are challenging questions, ones we often avoid. What is fear?
May 25 – 6th Sunday of Easter – Go to one worship service at 10:00
Scripture Reading: Psalm 107:1-9, John 7:32-39, John 7:40-52
Sermon Title: “Thirsting for God”
Synopsis: Do we realize that our questions of faith are a thirsting for God? We often try to push back our questions, when in reality they reflect our longing to know God better. Let us ask the Holy Spirit to quench our thirst.
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