In both Matthew and Luke’s gospel, they talk about their request to Jesus, which was “Teach us how to pray.” We look into this as Pastor Mark teaches us how God stays close to us.
The book of Exodus tells us all about God’s promise to his disciples who had to evacuate Egypt, despite them not wanting to. Pastor Mark helps us find ways to apply this scripture in our own lives at his first teaching here at Immanuel.
The letter of Jude tells us about how we can become better Christians, as told by Pastor Thelma in her last service here at Immanuel.
Sometimes, there are people who are unfortunately granted the words “I’m sorry” when necessary. Today we meditate on the words of Isiah about God’s endless forgiveness.
This Sunday at Immanuel is Testimony Sunday, where Thelma interviews three members of our church family about their testimony with God.
As the fateful day of Christ’s birth draws nearer, we are reminded of the love and eternal joy that His Father brings, which is amplified by Christ himself as we light the candle representing such love.
Luke’s gospel in chapter 1 talks about Mary and her disbelief in carrying baby Jesus. We read these words and discuss as we light the Advent Candle of Joy.
Jerimiah and the Shepards were all shown Jesus’ overwhelming ideology of peace, and today we discuss that ideology as we light the Advent Candle of the same moniker.
This week we discuss Jesus’ first ministry and his desire to give hope to us.
This week we read from the book of Matthew discussing our faith in Jesus