Just As He Said

March 31, 2024
Two thousand years ago occurred the single greatest event in history thus far—a non-resistant peasant from a small town was condemned as a threat to both the Roman Empire and…
“Old habits die hard.” How often have these words rung true in our ears—for better and for worse? The same might well have been said of the Jews of Jesus’…
A well known passage in the Sermon on the Mount. We can understand how Jesus equates Anger to Murder knowing that our chaotic anger causes harm to others, even ourselves.…
In two verses (Matthew 5:17-18) we read the great significance of the law and the prophets, but even greater is the one—Jesus Christ—who came and fulfilled them! It is urgent…
We are excited to welcome two leaders in Christian education who will be contributing to this Sunday’s worship service. Stephen Schrag is Head of Quakertown Christian and will be sharing…
Meditate on this Sunday’s Scripture Reading:  Matthew 5:3-6 This Sunday I am privileged to begin the first of a two-part series on the Beatitudes, which are the opening verses to…
As we begin thinking about putting away the decorations and try to finish off the last of the holiday desserts before our New Years’ diets begin, may our refrains of…
When conflicts in our life appear unresolvable we should humble ourselves—willingly setting aside our own understanding and solution—and strive to see the issue (and person) at hand with God’s vision.…