Thoughts on the Trinity

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Thoughts on the Trinity
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We start a new series called “Parting Thoughts.” This series marks the end of my time with the Greenup and Cottonwood United Methodist Churches. Each week I will share another parting thought before I start my new appointment. This week we have “Thoughts on the Trinity” for this Trinity Sunday.

Our scripture readings come from Isaiah 63:7-16; Galatians 2:15-3:5; and John 1:1-18

What Does This Mean?

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What Does This Mean?
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We finish our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our last question is “What Does This Mean?” To find an answer, we take a look at the early church to understand the Holy Spirit on Pentecost.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 2:1-21; Romans 8:22-27; and John 15:26-27, 16:4b-15.

Who Will Witness?

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Who Will Witness?
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We continue our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our next question is “Who Will Witness?” To find an answer, we take a look at the early church to understand what it means to be a witness of Christ.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 1:15-17, 21-26; 1 John 5:9-13; and John 17:6-19.

Can Anyone Withhold?

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Can Anyone Withhold?
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We continue our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our next question in “Can Anyone Withhold?” To find an answer, we take a look at the early church to understand how we change because of the love of Christ.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 10:44-48; 1 John 5:1-6; and John 15:9-17.

What Is To Prevent Me?

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What Is To Prevent Me?
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We continue our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our next question in “What Is To Prevent Me?”. To find an answer, we take a look at the early church to understand inclusion and exclusion with Christ.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 8:26-40; 1 John 4:7-21; and John 15:1-8.

By What Name?

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By What Name?
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We continue our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our next question in “By What Name?”. To find an answer, we take a look at the early church and what it means to act in the name of Jesus.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 4:5-12; 1 John 3:16-24; and John 10:11-18.

Whose Power Is This?

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Whose Power Is This?
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We continue our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our next question in “Whose Power Is This?”. To find an answer, we take a look at the early church and by what power they acted.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 3:12-19; 1 John 3:1-7; and Luke 24:36-48.

Who Is In Need?

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Who Is In Need?
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We begin our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our first question in “Who Is In Need?”. To find an answer, we take a look at the early church and take a look at what it means to share.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 4:32-35; 1 John 1:1-2:2; and John 20:19-31.

Looking for Jesus

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Looking for Jesus
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Our Easter message is called “Looking for Jesus.” Today we celebrate that our journey to the cross is finished. We have witnessed Christ crucified and laid in a tomb. This morning, the stone is rolled away and the tomb is empty. Join us in celebrating the story of redemption that you are a part of.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 10:34-43; 1 Corinthians 15:1-11; and Mark 16:1-8.

Blessed is the One

Depths of Love
Blessed is the One
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We continue our Lenten series called “Depths of Love.” In it, we will explore the depths of God’s love in our Lenten journey to the cross. Our message for the last Sunday in Lent is called “Blessed is the One.” Today we think about our joy and our sorrow as we journey with Christ and explore the depths of love in this Palm/Passion Sunday message.

Our scripture readings come from Mark 11:1-11; Isaiah 50:4-9a; Philippians 2:5-11; and Mark 15:1-39.