"Are you the one who has come to save the world?" the people asked the little boy. His answer comes on the heels of our celebration of Christmas --and now, Jesus' first steps as he begins the ministry we read about in the New Testament.
Along the way this worship we'll visit John the Baptist in the wilderness and pay a visit to him in the Jordan River, where the Holy Spirit descends like a dove upon a special One whom John baptizes, and we talk about Epiphany of God's presence in the world. Continue reading →
What must have it been like to have been born blind, then have Jesus put mud over your eyes, then to be able to see? This week's worship looks at
During our 30-minute time together we hope that you will sing or keep time with the hymns, join in our prayer and scripture-- Continue reading →
DisciplesNet worship #99, "Not Expendable," brings a rich message from DisciplesNet's Rev. Russ Smith as he looks at the story of the ninety and nine sheep from Luke 15:1-7.
Along with the message we have the special guest of singer-songwriter Dean Phelps playing two of his songs about lost and found, "The Ninety and Nine," and his own creation, "If You Come Up Empty," telling the story of how he came to write this song.… Read the rest “DisciplesNet Worship # 99, “Not Expendable,” (Russ Smith 08.26.2012)”
We invite you to join us for DisciplesNet worship #98, looking at John 6:51-58, and what Rev. Bob Shaw calls, "Keeping the Bread Fresh."
Along with our message are favorite hymns, All Hail the Power," "Because He Lives," and the gift of Thom Schuyler singing his original song, "One Piece of Bread."
Our worship includes a time of communion (breaking of the bread)--for which we extend the invitation given by Jesus Christ to all who would come. … Read the rest “DisciplesNet Worship # 98, “Keeping the Bread Fresh,” (Shaw 08.19.2012)”
We invite you to sing along with the Gospel Quartet and congregation of Southport Christian Church singing, Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone) in this special worship posted by DisciplesNet Church. Along with our song is the special series of stained glass windows that tell of the life of Christ.
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Welcome to DisciplesNet worship #95. In this time together, we look at the exceeding ways God provides for us, as explained by Rev. Russ Smith in his message, "Multiplication Miracles." Along with our message we have song favorites, "Jesus Messiah" and "Amazing Grace," "Seek Ye First," and "Eat this Bread." Continue reading →