Discovery Church Enews – April 18, 2019

Psa. 118:17-23   I shall not die, but I shall live, and recount the deeds of the LORD. The stone which the builders rejected has become the head of the corner. This is the LORD’s doing; it is marvelous in our eyes. Most of you will celebrate the Lord’s resurrection this weekend.  For many, it will be a glorious day…

Discovery Church Enews – April 11, 2019

Some Christians refer to the weekend before Easter as 1) Palm Sunday – while others refer to it as 2) The Triumphal Entry of Jesus to Jerusalem.  It was on this day, Jesus road a donkey from Bethphage into Jerusalem.  As Jesus was riding the donkey into Jerusalem, a great crowed placed their cloaks in the road,…

Discovery Church Enews – April 4, 2019

 In John 11:25 – Jesus told her, “I am the resurrection and the life.[a] Anyone who believes in me will live, even after dying. Easter is not about brightly colored eggs, wearing brightly colored clothing, or enjoying a big meal, although it could include these. Easter is about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. For some, Easter…

Discovery Church Enews – March 21, 2019

Did you ever wonder about that stone at the tomb of Jesus? Why was it moved? It wasn’t to let Jesus out – but to let the disciples in.  As they entered the tomb, what did they see? They saw grave clothes lying undisturbed.  Even though the disciples had heard Jesus indicate something special would occur 3…

Discovery Church Enews – March 14, 2019

8 times in the Bible we are told to love our neighbor – obviously one of the Bible’s repeated commands.  Loving your neighbor is the opposite of selfishness – which might be for some the common practice.  Acting in divine love demonstrates that unselfishness is possible for humans – showing a reality that cannot be ignored or…

Discovery Church Enews – March 7, 2019

If you are like the average American, you probably have a Bible. According to a 2017 survey by the American Bible Society, 87 percent of respondents said they own at least one Bible. As a matter of fact the Bible is the best selling book of the year –every year. The 20 million Bibles sold each year…

Discovery Church Enews – Feb. 14, 2019

Jesus came into a very unstable and unpredictable world.  Israel for the most part was an agricultural society where one summer’s drought cold wipe out the crops.  He hung out with fishermen who might have fished all night and brought home nothing for their families.  Jesus was more than familiar with the human heart and how that heart…