Old Meal: New Covenant — Maundy Thursday

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Maundy Thursday is a time to remember Jesus’ new commandment to love one another. His disciples found it remarkable that he demonstrated that kind of love when he washed their feet. So do we. But Jesus did something else that was every bit as remarkable, and we rarely stop to consider what it means. Pastor Luke preaches from 1 Corinthians 11:23–26 in “Old Meal: New Covenant.”


Final Arrangements — Maundy Thursday

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With his last agonizing breaths, Jesus made arrangements for his mother, and from that moment, one of his disciples cared for her. How could he remember something like that in the middle of his agony? What does it teach us, who will die, but may never be crucified? Pastor Luke preaches from John 19:23–30 in “Final Arrangements.”

A New Commandment

What is the Church? The night before he was crucified, Jesus told his disciples what they should do when he was gone. “Love one another,” he said, “and everyone will know you are my disciples.” What did he mean by that? How should we do it? Pastor Luke preaches from John 13 in “A New Commandment.”

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