Food for 5,000?

Food for 5,000?

Do you know who the disciples were? Can you name them? They followed Jesus everywhere and learned how to share God’s love. We can learn from their stories as we seek to follow Jesus today. Join us at First United Methodist Church for Jesus and the 12 Dudes who Did.

  • August 20 – Sons of Thunder
  • August 27 – Growing Faith and Doubt
  • September 3 – Death and Taxes
  • September 10 -Food for 5,000?
  • September 17 – Jesus Calls

What is this sermon about?

This sermon is about the James, son of Alphaeus, Philip and Bartholemew and serving.

Why is this sermon important?

It is important because serving inside and beyond the walls of the congregation is  an important part of our discipleship pathway.

What is the good news?

The good news is that what we already have with the power of God is enough to meet the needs which God calls us to meet.

What are the next action steps?

You are invited to serve at Grandparent’s Tea at Skelly Elementary School on September 11.

What is the context of this sermon?

This is the third sermon in a series about our discipleship pathway and the twelve disciples.