Category Archives: Pastor’s Blog

Dance with the Music

This week we will continue our Lent series, “Abide With Me” by looking at John 16:5-15. Have you been watching the Olympics this week? The ice dancing performances have been so beautiful. Can you imagine those same performances without the music playing? The technical aspects would have been amazing, but the emotional “heart” would have […]

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Fruitful for Christ

This week we will start our Lent series “Abide With Me” from the gospel of John. Is painful pruning going on in your life right now? When the difficult times come, learn to ask (with humility and sincerity): “Lord, what do you want me to learn?” Jesus spoke to His disciples about a vineyard where […]

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God’s Perfect Plan

This Sunday we will be looking at Luke 22, the Last Supper between Jesus and His disciples. In God’s perfect plan, He allowed Judas to betray Jesus for thirty pieces of silver. Judas’ idea didn’t surprise God and He wasn’t thrown off by it. Instead, God used Judas’ act to bring about exactly what He […]

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Drawing A Line

On this first Sunday in 2018, we will continue to celebrate the Lord’s coming by looking at Simeon in Luke 2:21-35. Simeon lived his life as if “this could be the day”. He gives us a great picture of how we should now be living as we await the second coming of Jesus. We will […]

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Christmas Program!

This Sunday, the youth of Emanuel will present the Christmas Program at 10:30 a.m. There will be no 8:00 a.m. service. The kids have worked hard to learn their lines and songs. They take their responsibility to lead worship very seriously. Please come and support our wonderful young members! They are the future of the […]

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Best Choice

Who is Jesus to you? If you believe He was just a wise teacher or simply a legend that has arisen over time, then your Christmas celebration is really more about the cultural significance than the baby in the manger. As a result, you will feel no real need to do what the Bible says. […]

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