Holy Week 2019 | Maundy Thursday: Celebration

The Thursday of Holy week represents the day Jesus and his disciples celebrated the first communion of the Church. During the meal, Jesus took the Passover and infused it with a new meaning pointing to the new covenant he was establishing. The bread pointed to the body of Christ. Beaten and bruised, but not broken. […]

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Lent Day #29 | Communion

When we gather together as God’s people to eat the bread and drink from the cup we are joining in a long and important tradition of the church.

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Fifth Sunday in Lent | The Prayer of St. Thomas Aquinas

I will write about this a little more later in the Lent series, but I was thinking about how special this sacrament has become to me in the last few years. It truly is a wonderful mystery. [I want to thank my friend Pastor Joel Diaz, High School Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, […]

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The Incarnation of Jesus Leads to Worship

This past weekend I not only spent some time with great friends serving college students, but I was once again brought face to face with the greatest truth and mystery of the Christian faith. Over the course of three-and-a-half days I celebrated The Lord’s Supper five times. It would be easy to think that doing […]

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