Ascension Day is today: May 25th, 2017. The Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, also known as Ascension Thursday, Holy Thursday, or Ascension Day, commemorates the bodily Ascension of Jesus into heaven. The death, burial and resurrection of Jesus has occurred. All of that is important, but none of it … [Read more…]
Today is Monday and I went to church as usual. Well, not exactly. This time I took a hedge trimmer, lopper and rake. There’s a mile long extension cord already at the church. I do want to thank God for allowing me the ability top do this stuff for the church, and all that entails. … [Read more…]
Everybody has a mother. Jesus had a mother. There are about 295 mentions of the word “Mother” in the Bible. None of them were perfect, but all were loved by some child. So if possible, go out and celebrate Mother’s Day with your mother or give her a call after attending Arthur City Baptist Church, … [Read more…]
Victory in Europe Day is tomorrow. V-E Day commemorates the end of fighting in Europe during World War II. That was a great day for Europe. Each day that we live as a born again Christian is a victory day. Jesus died , was buried, rose again on the third day and ascended to be … [Read more…]
Hey! Guess what?? It’s Sunday and I don’t have anything special to post. Nope! No holidays, odd observances or other such stuff. But that’s okay. It’s Sunday!! The day the Lord God YHWH rested from creating wverything we know about and a lot that we don’t. You really should go to a church of your … [Read more…]
In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson proposed that the U.S. government fund smallpox and measles vaccination campaigns in 18 African countries. The Congress approved the funding for CDC’s Smallpox Eradication Program in January 1966. From that early effort, there are now global initiatives that has saved generations of children around the world. As Christians, we have … [Read more…]
Jesus had done no wrong. There was no guilt found in Him. His death was demanded by the people. The citizens of that time choose to release a known murderer and have Jesus crucified instead. Jesus went to the cross and died for us. He laid in the grave for three days and was then … [Read more…]
Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus Christ’s last, triumphant entry into Jerusalem. According to the Gospels, as Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey, the crowds greeted him by waving and laying palm branches in his path. Next Sunday is Easter. Please attend a church of your choice today and plan to attend next Sunday as well.