April 20, 2024

Worship Service - Sunday, April 21, 2024 at 11:00 a.m.

Dear Family & Friends,,

Rules, Rules, Rules.


Our life is filled with rules. Do this. Do that. Don’t do this. Don’t you dare do that. Sometimes the rules make sense. Sometimes they don’t.


God handed down the very first rule to Adam and Eve. God told them that they were allowed to eat freely of all the trees in the garden - except for fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Sin and temptation made them break that rule very quickly.


Because of our tendency to sin and give into temptation, God gave Moses the Ten Commandments to hand down to us. These commandments were a code of moral laws for us to live by, to help us in our relationship with God and our relationships with each other.


Join me this Sunday as we take a look at why these commandments from God, and the commandments given to us by Jesus, are at the heart of who we are as a people of God. And how these commandments can truly bring us great Joy.


With warmest regards and blessings,


Mark Mickelson

1 John 3: 16 - 24

This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ died for us. And we, too, ought to lay down our lives for our sisters and brothers. If you have more than enough material possessions and see your neighbors in need yet close your hearts to them, how can the love of God be living in you?


My children, our love must not be simply words or mere talk – it must be true love, which shows itself in action and truth. This, then, is how we’ll know we belong to the truth; this is how we’ll be confident in God’s presence, even if our consciences condemn us. We know that God is greater than our consciences and that God knows everything. And if our consciences do not condemn us, my friends, then we have confidence before God, and we will receive whatever we ask from God’s hand – because we keep the commandments and do what is pleasing in God’s sight.


The commandments are these: that we believe in the name of God’s Own, Jesus Christ, and that we love one another as we were told to do. Those who keep these commandments live in God and God lives in them. We know that God lives in us by the Spirit given to us.


Dan Nelson

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May 5, 2024

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