Some people would say that in fact there are two basic kinds of people. The ones who divide the world into two kinds of people and the ones who do not. Jeremiah in chapter 17 would agree that in fact there are two kinds of people, ones who are like a low bush and ones like a tree planted by water. Tune into the February 7 2016 worship service as we explore these words from Jeremiah 17:5-10.
As you think about what is important in your life, where is God’s Word on that list? Is it even on your “most important” list? Tune in to the January 31, 2016 worship service as we investigate this question.
Here is the worship service held on December 24, 2015 at the Leisenring Presbyterian Church. A Christmas eve monologue told from Joseph’s perspective.
Are you busy this season, getting ready for Christmas? Does it seem like you’ll never get everything done? If this is how you feel then we invite you to stop for a few moments and tune into this week’s worship service as we explore how to have true peace.
How easy it is for us to panic! What do you do when something unthinkable happens to you, to your family, to someone you love, or even in the world? Tune in as we explore what Jesus says about seeing the end times in current events. Tune in to find out what our response should be and why it is not only the appropriate thing to do but also quite possible.
When you first meet someone, what is the first thing you ask them? You probably ask “What is your name?” Today’s worship service introduces a biblical character. We don’t know his name. Tune in to see how Jesus treats this individual. Tune into see the power of determination, the power of Jesus’ love, and the power of this man’s faith!
We are often called upon to make choices about our priorities. What is the most important thing in your life? Tune in to our October 11, 2015 worship service as we explore this question.
Success is a driving force in our world. Everyone wants to be Number One! Tune in to our 09/20/2015 worship service and we’ll tell you how you can do just that!
The world is filled with questions. We live in an information age when the environment requires quick and correct answers. We google something – our favorite sports team, the weather, a favorite book or TV show. All of that is available for us to read about. We pride ourselves on quick answers. Does every question require a quick answer? Is the first and quick answer always the best answer? Tune in to the September 13, 2015 worship service as we explore the topic of questions and answers. Do we draw the wrong conclusions from the answers we give or can others draw the wrong conclusions?
What do you think about Miracles? Do they happen in our modern world? Tune in to the September 6, 2015 worship service as we explore the topic of miracles.