Many people have suffered inordinately from the pandemic. Is there hope? We will examine the experience of Job who lost everything. His story of excruciating suffering which ended in hope gives us some help in confronting our own troubles.
In the parables, Jesus conveys spiritual truths recounting simple stories with a twist. The parable of the rich fool is about a rich farmer who has a bumper crop. He decides to store his surplus grain in bigger barns and then relax by eating, drinking and having fun. Just then God appears on the scene and informs him that he is about to die. The story speaks of the deceitfulness of riches and the pitfalls of greed and selfishness. Join us to learn from Jesus, the master teacher.
We welcome you to join us for a virtual service on Sunday, April 4th starting at 5 pm.
Theme: Hope of the Resurrection
Easter is the premier Christian festival. In our service we will look at the amazing fact of Christ’s resurrection from the dead. Easter assures us that we too can live again after we die. We will explore what life after death means and it’s implications for us today. Come join us.
We welcome you to join us for a virtual service on Sunday, March 7th starting at 5 pm.
Speaker: Dr. Venu Babu Borugadda
Theme: Forgiving is very challenging, yet possible.
We welcome you to join us for a virtual service on Sunday, February 7th starting at 5 pm.
The pandemic is still with us a year after it began. We flounder around wondering how to cope. We will examine this in the light of Psalm 13, one of the psalms of lament. “How long…?” is the plaintive cry of the writer. Lament turns to prayer and prayer and then trust, hope, ending up in joy.