Series: The Book of Mark
April 3 2022
During Lent we have been studying Jesus’ travels and activities in and around Jerusalem during his last weeks before his arrest, conviction, and crucifixion. The Book of Mark is packed with stories–some lesser known, like the story of the fruitless fig tree.
March 27 2022
During the FPCD Sunday morning worship service, we pray several times. Twice we have corporate read more…
March 20 2022
What character traits do you value? What do you want to instill in your children? What do you think will help a person get along in the world successfully?
March 13 2022
What does it mean to love God with all your heart, your soul, your mind, and your strength? This is the first and most important command.
March 6 2022
What might you sacrifice for? A new car? A vacation? Your child’s college education? Would you sacrifice for another person–someone you love very much? What about someone you do not know? These are hypothetical questions but if we think for awhile, we might easily come up with answers. Or, we might at least come up with what we would not think worthy of sacrifice.
February 27 2022
VALUES. What do you hold dear? What would you not want to live without? What do you hope to live by in the future?
February 13 2022
When you think of who Jesus is, when you have a problem and you need help, do you think first about Jesus’ power?
January 30 2022
Characters in the Old Testament often longed to see God but when they found themselves confronted with the presence of God (like Isaiah); or being confronted with winds, storms, and the like (Elijah); or being hidden in the cleft of a rock (Moses), they were often overwhelmed. It was a known fact that to see the face of God meant certain death to humans.
January 23 2022
Have you ever been asked “Who is Jesus?” What did you say? If you are a Christian, how do you relate to Jesus? Do you simply follow what he says and try to emulate him? Perhaps you add prayer to the mix, in order to gain his help with your circumstances. Or is there more?