We invite you to join us for a short worship today looking at the gospel of John and its suspense in telling of Jesus' sense that "my time has not yet come…" and then later, that is has come. Bob Shaw is skillful in telling this story, then sharing from his own experience later in the service, of finding help in God's word and presence.
DisciplesNet Church is blessed to receive the gifts of veteran pastors, retired pastors, as well as those who are just answering a call to ministry. Today we have the privilege of hearing from Andrew Moore, one who has recently stepped out in faith and his answering his call to service of God. In fact, this is the title of the sermon he brings to us today, "Who Are You Called to Serve? Accompanying Moore's inspiring message is prayer that includes a special remembrance for the people of Japan on the one-year anniversary of the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck a year ago. Continue reading →
Today's message offers a special sermon today, brought by Katherine Raley, seminarian at University of Chicago Divinity School who is set to graduate in later this Spring. Minister Raley offers special insight into Paul's writings in 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 which tell us that "For the message about the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God." Today's message, "Things are not always as they seem," leaves us with a special wisdom in dealing the things of this world.
Special favorites in music today are one of our more requested songs of faith, "How Great Thou Art," and "Jesus, Messiah." We hope that you will sing or gives the chance to sing or follow along with the beat. Continue reading →