This was my Easter chapel message at Rock County Christian School last week. He is risen! He is risen indeed.
My pastor preaching a fascinating message on Palm Sunday.
I’m finally getting caught up in posting chapel videos from this school year. These videos are messages I preached at our Junior High/High School retreat. I’ll post more videos in the coming weeks.
This was my first chapel message of the 2013-2014 school year. Our theme verse this year at Rock County Christian School is Micah 6:8 so that was my text. The general idea behind this message is that everything the Lord requires of us is fulfilled in Christ. As disciples of the Lord, we wish to follow in His footsteps.
“The God of the gospel is free, the gospel of God is free and the nature of true worship, the right response to the impact of the gospel, is the freedom to respond appropriately in freedom…”
Recently my friend Dr. Tim Johnson (pastor of Rock Valley Chapel) was asked to speak at Beloit College on the topic of the exclusive claims of Christianity as seen in verses like John 14:6. If you know anything about Beloit College, you would know this would not have been what we would call “home field advantage.” The lecture was just posted and thought I would share it with you all.
This message was given at the end of a chapel service at Rock County Christian School on December 12, 2012. It was preceded by a skit about Jesus being better that a super hero. I wasn’t actually scheduled to speak during this service, but the skit took a lot less time than planned and I wasn’t about to give up a chance to preach! So, like my Christmas shopping, this message was thrown together literally at the last minute. You can see the entire chapel service here.