What does this mean? That’s a familiar question, isn’t it, question that’s near and dear to many of us.
The Food for Thought Initiative picked up the bags yesterday, just in time to distribute to needy families this Thanksgiving. Hopefully this is a community service project that we can grow and continue on a yearly basis. Give thanks for all the blessings you have this season, but most of all for Jesus–your greatest reason for thanksgiving!
“Give to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” In that one, single sentence, as simple as it is profound, Jesus gives us the key to distinguishing church and state, to living as a citizen of two kingdoms.
It’s hard to turn down a good party, isn’t it? Our society, our culture loves to have parties. Any excuse to have a party and we’re going to have one.
Eastside was a buzz with activity Saturday, November 4th as we held our annual Art & Craft Fair. Thank you to everyone who came out and braved the not so wonderful weather to be apart of a very fun day!
We are gearing up for another fun filled Power Hour! Children birth to 5 years old and their caregivers are invited to join us Friday, October 20th at 9:00 am for an exciting time full of songs, Bible stories, activities and playtime and some social time for the grown-ups! There is no need to preregister.
The tension that filled the crowd as Jesus spoke was substantial. The church leaders that dotted the landscape weren’t used to being on this end of the rebuke.
In a culture of moral relativity, nothing is more absolute than the desire for what is true. Yet the desire for what is true is not just an American thing, it is also of utmost importance in the Kingdom of God. Sermon on Jesus’ parable of the Two Sons from Matthew 21.
Eastside Evangelical Lutheran Church and School
2310 Independence Lane
Madison, WI 53704