This Way Up (Part 4): Do You Know What You Are Asking?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-vfitr-110ad3b Matthew 20:17-28 Have the disciples been getting the point? Has Central Baptist Church? Do any of us ever really know for sure what we are asking Jesus? —————– Scripture Reading: Ms. Bernice Rivera Mini Message: Rev. Barbara Jernigan Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev. Jennifer A G Layte)

This Way Up (Part 4): Faithful

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-3s3mp-10f5d17 Matthew 19:1-12 Sometimes, often, always, perhaps, there’s more to Jesus’ teaching that meets the eye. If you said this passage is about “divorce,” that is the right wrong answer. 😉 ———– Scripture Reader: Bernice Rivera Mini Message: Rev. Barbara Jernigan Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev. Jennifer A. G. Layte)

This Way Up (Part 4): The Ultimate Love Story

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-irzdd-10d5b88 Matthew 17:1-13 Jesus gets reminded of His coming wedding day. During this particular service, we were delighted to celebrate the renewal of marriage vows of one of our couples. This ceremony comprises the first half of this recording. The sermon followed in theme, but our livestream was “dumped” by our platform host as theContinue reading “This Way Up (Part 4): The Ultimate Love Story”

This Way Up (Part 3): Catching a Break

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-6jhud-10b323b Matthew 14 What if the most effective way to become like Jesus is to start by connecting with Him in the ways He became like us: His human limitations, like fatigue and grief? Connecting with Him by resting? ————— Pastor Jenn (Rev Jennifer A G Layte)

After the Road Bends

There was a discussion on Twitter recently regarding whether there is such thing as a fixed “core” identity, or whether identity is more fluid than that. It’s an interesting question, but I haven’t really thought it through, and it wasn’t my conversation. Still, I jumped in anyway, with a story: ​ Recently I was onContinue reading “After the Road Bends”

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