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Please join us tomorrow evening, Wednesday, March 20, at 5:30 for a wonderful dinner -- both lamb and salmon will be served. At around 6:15 we'll turn to the parable of the day: The Pearl of Great Price, as found in Matthew 13. We'll consider a number of questions, including, The kingdom of heaven is like... what? Like who? And, perhaps most importantly, why? And how? This is an interesting, and puzzling, short story told by Jesus. Yes, the conversation promises to be rich once again. We'll finish by 7:00. I hope you'll join us.
This Sunday morning, March 24, our focus will be Luke 13:1-9. The fig tree is in trouble. It's not producing any figs. And when fruit trees don't produce fruit, well, what are we to do? The owner has one idea, and the gardener has another. This is Jesus' parable of an unproductive fig tree that was given more time to be fruitful. Stating the obvious: This story might be about us. Our lack of fruitfulness, our failure to bear good fruit for the realm of God, disappoints God. And yet, God is not only a God of accountability, but also a God of mercy. The good news is that there's still time for us. I'm calling the sermon Second Chances. In addition, our Band will lead us in a couple terrific songs, and our Choir will sing the beautiful Wings of the Dawn. I hope to see you here Sunday morning.
10:00 a.m. Worship
10:15 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Friendship Coffee Hour
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