From the desk of our senior pastor:
For the next few weeks, we will leave Moses and the people of Israel on the plains of Moab eagerly awaiting and anticipating and preparing for their entrance into the Promised Land. We will come back to them later.
For now, we need to join an eager and resolute Jesus and walk beside Him as He makes his way toward Jerusalem. He, too, throughout His life has been awaiting and anticipating and preparing for His reentry into the Promised Land–Heaven, His Father’s Home, the “Joy set before Him.” Before He goes home, He must go to the cross. So with unswerving determination He makes His way toward Jerusalem to face the cross and complete the mission for which He came to earth.
Whom does Jesus meet along the way? What does He do for them? What do they think of Jesus? Where do we see ourselves in these people and their situations? What does Jesus reveal about Himself and His Heart? How can this “road trip” help us be better prepared to celebrate Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday? Let’s find out.
Join us for Sunday morning worship, as we join Jesus on his road trip leading to the cross.