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Keep Going

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Keep Remembering

April 10, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson • Mark 14:3–9

Acts of love are worth remembering—that’s the point of this passage. The woman on center stage worships Christ in love, using expensive perfume to express her gratitude and devotion. As we consider the depth of love God has for us, we are challenged to do the same in our worship and service. Keep remembering what God has done for you, and let it impact what and how you do what you do for God. We are Saint Paul’s Everywhere! Join us for Worship on Sundays at 10:00 AM (ET) on our mobile app, at MySPBC.tv or @myspbc on Facebook or YouTube. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Keep Serving

April 3, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson • Mark 10:35–45

Dr. Marian Wright Edelman said, “Service is the rent we pay for living.” In this text, Jesus teaches that the way up is first down, that the path to greatness is the path to service. In a world that values “being served,” we are called to offer ourselves in the image of our Redeemer, as servants to the entire world. Serve up! We are Saint Paul’s Everywhere! Join us for Worship on Sundays at 10:00 AM (ET) on our mobile app, at MySPBC.tv or @myspbc on Facebook or YouTube. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Keep Going

March 27, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson • Mark 6:1–13

Being rejected by those we hoped would receive us is enough to stop anybody in their tracks. However, Jesus shows us how to manage rejection and keep going in pursuit of our God assigned destiny. His example shouts in essence, “Can’t stop, won’t stop!” Keep going! We are Saint Paul’s Everywhere! Join us for Worship on Sundays at 10:00 AM (ET) on our mobile app, at MySPBC.tv or @myspbc on Facebook or YouTube. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Keep Believing

March 20, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson • Mark 5:35–36

Jesus’ life, along with his death, grants life-changing healing. It is a healing authority that crosses boundaries, both of ethnicity and gender. Jesus chooses not to leave people in the conditions in which he finds them, and he has the power to alter that condition. Do we? Can the Christian community alter the conditions of people’s lives? Can we bring healing into troubled circumstances? Must we not also cross boundaries—whether they are related to ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation, politics, or any other boundaries that divide our society—and advocate lifegiving meaning and change? Are we continuing to believe in the transformative power of Christ, or have we secretly given up? We are Saint Paul’s Everywhere! Join us for Worship on Sundays at 10:00 AM (ET) on our mobile app, at MySPBC.tv or @myspbc on Facebook or YouTube. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Keep Telling

March 13, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson • Mark 5:1–20

In this story about the Kingdom of God in Mark 5, it becomes increasingly clear that humanity—its society and institutions—impede the in-breaking of God’s kingdom more than it expedites it. God’s kingdom breaks into the world in a way that is transformative, and those who are transformed by it are charged and challenged to tell it first at home, then everywhere else. We are Saint Paul’s Everywhere! Join us for Worship on Sundays at 10:00 AM (ET) on our mobile app, at MySPBC.tv or @myspbc on Facebook or YouTube. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org

Keep Asking

March 6, 2022 • Dr. Lance D. Watson • Mark 9:30–32

The transfiguration of Jesus illuminates the glory of Christ. It also marked the turning point in Mark, which focuses on the purpose of Jesus; to die so we may live. Imagine being Peter, James, or John. They not only got to meet Moses and Elijah in person, but got to see the glory cloud of God, hear the voice the Father...and on top of all that...witness the metamorphosis of Jesus Christ right in front of their eyes. However, when he announced his impending death, they were confused, but refused to ask any questions. What about us? How is your IQ? Your inquiry quotient? We are Saint Paul’s Everywhere! Join us for Worship on Sundays at 10:00 AM (ET) on our mobile app, at MySPBC.tv or @myspbc on Facebook or YouTube. Learn more about our church at myspbc.org