Believing Thomas and victorious Bill Buckner

Believing Thomas and victorious Bill Buckner

This last Sunday morning I referenced a former baseball player, Bill Buckner, in my sermon.

Unfortunately, Bill Buckner was most famous for an error he made on the baseball field during game 6 of the 1986 World Series.  This error contributed to the Red Sox losing that game. The Red Sox would go on to lose the series to the Mets.  Bill Buckner would never be able to escape the shadow of that one play.  His entire baseball career would be defined by most people only by his one error.

Enduring Silent Saturday

Enduring Silent Saturday

The darkness that came over the day on Good Friday has faded into the darkness of night.  There is very little recorded about the Saturday that lies between the crucifixion of Jesus and his resurrection.  I can't imagine Mary his mother, his friends, and his disciples slept much that night.  Although Jesus said he would rise from the dead on the third day, it doesn't seem like they really understood that to be a promise of an actual resurrection.

Don't Miss Holy Week!

Don't Miss Holy Week!

I highly suggest all of you participate in as many of the services we are offering this week as you can. Your celebration of Easter on Sunday will be greatly impacted by your participation in these services.

Service Schedule:

Maundy Thursday- Tonight at 7:00 -- If you're not already planning on coming tonight for the Maundy Thursday Service, do whatever you can to be here. It is always an incredibly meaningful service for me and I promise it will help fix you in the right mind and spirit as we head into Easter.