Pastor Danny Lovett\'s Weekly Blog 4/18/2019

Happy Easter Weekend!  This Sunday is the highest holy day for Christians.  We celebrate the resurrection of Jesus which is the foundation of our faith!  May you prepare your heart for this special day of worship!  

Saturday, from 1-3 pm, everyone is invited to attend and minister at theEggStravaganza focused on children and families.  So many of you have signed up to work and bake cupcakes, you've donated plastic eggs and candy, and invited your friends and neighbors.  Now it's time to report to duty!  Even if you're not on the list, come early and we'll find you a place to serve.  This event is open to the Community, and we're hoping for many guests to join our own families in all the fun and games.  Bring your Easter basket!

This Easter Sunday's message is titled, "The Road to Joy!"  The lives of many have been changed throughout history because of a road they took in their travels. The life of a man that was beaten by robbers on the Jericho road was saved by someone we know as the Good Samaritan. Saul’s life was drastically changed when he traveled on the road to Damascus, met Jesus, and was saved. These folks found life on their difficult paths or roads they traveled. This Easter, we will be looking at two people who were on the Emmaus Road, when they ran into the risen Christ on that first resurrection Sunday and how it changed their lives forever. You can set your GPS for Luke 24 because that's our destination!  

For our Fellowship Meal, we'll be sharing sweet glazed ham, mashed potatoes, broccoli salad and more.  Please bring your favorite dish to share.  Thank you for pitching in and helping with the set up of the tables and chairs, the serving of the food or the clean up. Many hands make light work!

Join us early every Sunday morning for Bible study at 8:45 am.  

Jesus is Awesome!

Pastor Danny Lovett

1 Comment

gary - April 29th, 2019 at 4:45pm

Most Bible scholars doubt the eyewitness authorship of the Gospels. Isn't that a big problem for your belief in the historicity of this event?





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