We have now come to the Passion Week, the week in which Christ died and the great occurrences that took place. Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem is just the beginning. Pastor Wimmer explains how Jesus is truly an ironic King.
[googlepdf url=”http://www.mingoumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/MessengerApr2018xWEB.pdf” download=”Download” ] Click here to download a PDF of the April Newsletter!
As the month begins with Easter, we consider the exercise of them mind in the context of how we use our intellect to create a world more like God’s plan. I remind you of the line from the Lord’s Prayer“…thy kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven…” Easter challenges us to ask how…
How does someone who is blind to the glory of God come to see him for who he really is? To be sure, the natural eyes and ears and brains are part of the process. Without them we cannot even see or hear or construe the natural things that reveal God’s glory: creation, incarnation, gospel,…
These are the difficult, real-life situations that the apostle Paul addresses in our text. He is answering the question of how we, as children of light, should relate to a morally dark world. Pastor Wimmer explains this week’s passages and the gospel lesson.
What does it mean that the “wisdom of this world is foolishness in God’s sight?” Listen to Pastor Wimmer to find out more.
As Christian, we have made a covenant with God. He saves us and as our response we are to live as He would have us live