I don’t know if it’s a product of laziness or rebellion or a fierce desire to be independent or simply a longing just to get things done as quickly as possible. Whatever the case, we have a tendency not to follow directions.
Why aren’t we as thankful during the good times? How does our extra wealth and security get in the way of our thankfulness? This Thanksgiving Moses gives us the answer.
Please join us this Advent Season as we prepare to receive Christ in the manger.
Please join us for Christmas for Kids on Saturday, December 9th, 9:00am until noon, ages 3-10 welcome! We’ll have crafts, stories, games, songs, snacks, and more.
There’s a new swear word in American English and it starts with an E. It’s those big red letters on the advertisement urging us to buy impulsively; it’s the snooty nose of a prideful country club member; it’s the reason for the teen’s tears who finds herself on the outside of the clique.
This is the time of year when we are reminded of our blessings. The greatest blessing we all received is our Savior Jesus. Join us on Wednesday, November 22, at 6:30p.m. or Thursday, November 23, at 9:00a.m. to thank God for all of our blessings.
If you were to ask someone, “How do you feel about sleep?” what kind of answer do you think you’d get? Depends on who you ask right?
John asks you to see, through Christ, what you really are, and to look forward to that day when you will see him as he really is. Because if you see his reality, you see things as they really are.
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!
Eastside Evangelical Lutheran Church and School
2310 Independence Lane
Madison, WI 53704