"communion" Tagged Sermons
(This communion was celebrated after the message, Judas and Peter at The Cross) When we participate in communion we celebrate the common union between us and God that the cross has purchased, as well as the common union between us and other believers. We celebrate communion as a declaration of what has been done, is being done and will be done. We do not participate in communion as a prayer but as a declaration. In Judaism remembering is not necessarily…
Join Pastor Les–grab some juice and bread, some wine and crackers or your coffee and a danish–and savor a moment of communion. EVERY hope you have is found HERE EVERY pain you have is healed HERE EVERY journey you are on is completed HERE WHERE is HERE? Many would say the church; the worship service; in good counseling or in right doctrine. HERE is WHERE Christ was crucified and lives again so that we may have life. “Peace is not…
Pastor Stevie shares a brilliant communion connection between the tragedy of 9/11 and the death on the cross 2,000 years ago.
The more we are ALL IN with Jesus, the more we are ALL IN with others.
Cherie Bosch shares communion as our children join us for a Back to School Blessing.
We have two dogs. A very large, old dog named Dakota and a very small dog named Harley. They both are terribly afraid of thunderstorms. Just the slightest chance of a thunderstorm and they are looking for a lap to crawl into. Psalm 16 says… “Keep me safe, my God, for in you I take refuge. I say to the Lord, “You are my Lord; apart from you I have no good thing.” Join us for a few minutes as Pastor Les…
He sent His Son as manna, as the Bread of Life, to sustain them and feed them, to show them His presence and that there was another kingdom that would take care of them.
Listen in as David Reid leads us in the act of Communion.
God showed me a short, simple vision of starving people rushing up to a banquet table full of the finest of foods. Listen in and join in for a short sharing of communion.
Set aside a few moments for communion with God today and exchange your thoughts for His thoughts, remembering Him in very personal and intimate ways.