As We Move Toward Good Friday

     George Orwell described an incident that occurred during the Spanish Civil War. Orwell wrote from the front lines that he saw a man from the opposing Fascist forces jump out of the trench and run along the parapet in full view. He presumably was carrying a message to an officer. The man was wearing a pair of ill-fitting trousers, which he held up with one hand as he ran. Orwell wrote, “I refrained from shooting him…I had come here to shoot at ‘fascists,’ but a man who is holding up his trousers isn’t a ‘fascist,’ he is visibly a fellow-creature, similar to yourself, and you don’t feel like shooting him.”

Walk Like Jesus

     The opening chapters of First Samuel provide great insight into the human condition. After settling into the land God had promised them, the people of Israel found themselves under continual attack from their enemies. Foremost among these opponents were the Amorites. The Amorites had inflicted great injury, especially to those who lived east of the Jordan River.

Scripture Reading for April 5-April 11

April 5 – Day 1:  I Samuel 4, 5, 6
April 6 – Day 2:  I Samuel 7, 8, 9
April 7 – Day 3:  I Samuel 10, 11, 12; Psalm 61
April 8 – Day 4:  I Samuel 13, 14, 15
April 9 – Day 5:  I Samuel 16, 17, 18
April 10 – Day 6:  I Samuel 19, 20, 21, 22
April 11 – Day 7:  I Samuel 23, 24, 25

SPC Kids @Home – Palm Sunday


The SPC Kids lesson for Sunday, April 5 is to remind us that Jesus is King. Read more to see an awesome video by Kelly Getsay along with a link to the take it home sheet for the week.

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     The final five chapters in the book of Judges are highly disturbing. For 147 verses we are compelled to witness humanity at its worst. I care not to go into detail, except to repeat the closing line of the book: “…each person did what they thought to be right” (Judges 21:25, CEB).

Jesus on Relationships

With the stay-at-home orders many of our relationship are struggling – relationships with our housemates or even relationships with ourselves! Watch Pastor Gene as he shares Jesus’ teaching about relationships.

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