Giver of Life – Pentecost

Ezekiel's vision of a valley of dry bones, Martin Johann Schmidt (1718-1801), ceiling of Stiftskirche im Stift Göttweig, Fresco
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Centuries before Christ, the prophet Ezekiel had a vision of a valley filled with dry bones that came to life. This uncanny vision is strangely reminiscent of the fascination with zombies we see in today’s popular culture. What did the vision mean, and what does it have to do us today, or with Pentecost? Join us Sunday as Pastor Luke brings a message from Ezekiel 37 about the “Giver of Life.”

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Jump Start – Pentecost

365.057 - The Mid-Day Jump-Start
Al Ibrahim (FailedImitator)
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What can we do when we look at things that depress us? How can we find hope in trouble and ruin? The ancient prophet Ezekiel saw the conquest of Jerusalem and assumed it was the end of the nation. But God asked him if it could live again. Pastor Luke preaches from Ezekiel 37:1–14 in “Jump Start.”

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