The normal Sunday Morning Schedule during the school year is:
Sometimes the schedule changes. See details below.
“The Master Teacher – Jesus – posed a lot of questions as he encountered people while on earth. The written accounts of His ministry indicate he posed questions 307 times, mostly to get people to think and wrestle with challenging ideas. These questions are still poignant for us today. Jesus challenges assumptions. Sometimes He asks us to look deeper into our hearts and souls. His questions can be unnerving, realigning and transforming. Pastor Mike Dyrdal sets before us more of Jesus’ questions in our October Sunday worship experiences. May the Spirit of God help you to wrestle with these questions in the coming weeks.
Jesus asks: “Why do you call me “Lord, Lord,” but not do what I command? Luke 6: 46.
Can we become people of actions and move beyond just words?
Jesus asks: Do you also want to leave? John 6: 67.
And: When I sent you forth without a moneybag or a sack or sandals, were you in need of anything? Luke 22: 36
Faith isn’t always easy.
Jesus asks: How many loaves do you have? Matthew 15: 34
Sometimes we struggle with generosity because we think we are asked to give something we don’t have. But Jesus’ question is always “What do you have? What has God placed in your care?”