If we look to Scripture, we can see that having an encounter with Jesus can change everything. That was certainly the case for the two disciples who encountered Jesus on the Road to Emmaus. Once their eyes were opened to being in the risen Christ’s presence, their lives would never be the same. Though it was getting dark on that same road they had travelled earlier that afternoon it could
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This week we look at one of the most detailed and insightful accounts of Jesus’ reappearances after His resurrection. The gospel of Luke is the only one of the four writers to share this important story—It is a story that reveals to us not only something about who we are, but how Jesus opens our eyes to see Him for who He is and how we can come to know
So far as we know, there has only been one day in history when literally not one person in the world believed Jesus was alive—It was Saturday. A silent day! On this morning after Jesus’ crucifixion, the disciples awake after not having slept for over two days. This city that was crying out for his blood on Friday is now silent, eerily silent. The crowds have dispersed, the streets are
Although the Building is closed, the church is still open! Join Pastor Fred Mast online Tuesday, April 14th at 10:30am for our Lenten Study—Session Four via ZOOM technology. To join this Zoom study please click on the web link below and use the Meeting ID and then simply follow the prompts on the screen. It is really very easy so join us—what else do you have to do? Topic: Jesus-The
People in local drug rehabilitation and domestic violence facilities are in desperate need of supplies. Because of Covid-19 and the stresses associated with the pandemic, managers of drug rehab. facilities and domestic violence shelters are greatly concerned about residents relapsing -and- an increase of local violence against spouses and children due to stresses of job loss. After a conversation with Cottonwood's "Steps to Recovery", the following items are immediately needed
Dear Family & Friends of Sedona UMC: Holy Week Greetings—my thoughts and prayers continue to be with each of you! The Church “building” may be closed—But, the “Church of Jesus Christ” is truly open for business. And how our community and world celebrate this truth! A number of Holy Week offerings for you this week. We decided not to do our planned “Sunrise Drive In Easter Service” as we felt