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Eastside Lutheran’s Early Childhood is hosting an Open House! “Through the Reading Glass” is our theme this year. Come and enjoy a fun family night exploring your child’s favorite storybook characters as they choose their own adventure! Who: Children ages 2-8 and parents/caregivers. When: Thursday, January 25th from 6:oopm-7:30pm Where: Eastside Lutheran Church and School, enter the lower preschool […]
God didn’t send us his Son so that we could dress him up and forget about the real world. He sent him to save the world, to save you and me from real problems and real fears. Jesus is a real Savior for a real world.
The nights are longer, the weather is colder, and light is scarce. Welcome to winter. Some say it’s the most wonderful time of the year while others feel a form of December depression.
As followers of Christ, as people who desire for him to be made much of in everything that we do, we need to hear John’s testimony this morning. For as he speaks you’ll realize he doesn’t say, “Look at me.” but directs our eyes to something else. He says, “Look at the Light.” I pray our study of his words will convict, comfort, and challenge you this morning.
“Gather round,” he said, “that I may tell you what will happen in the days to come.” Jacob, the grandson of Abraham, the one who wrestled with God, the father of the twelve tribes, Israel himself, was dying.
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.
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.
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.
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Madison, WI 53704