On Sunday we considered the truth that was demonstrated as Jesus entered into Jerusalem seated on an unridden colt. He is king, He is humble, and He came to save us. Do you believe that? Are you responding to Him in reverant obedience? Are you resting in His humble love for you? Are you trusting in His saving sacrifice for you? Let's rejoice this week in the glory of our Savior and faithfully serve as His ambassadors, heralding the good news that the King came not to be served, but to serve and give His life a ransom for many.

If you missed it, click here to listen to Sunday's sermon from Mark 11:1-11, titled "A Humble King."


We will continue our study through Mark on Sunday by looking at Mark 11:12-26. I hope you will take some time to read this text and pray for our time of worship together on Sunday. The importance of prayer is something that must not be underestimated, since the work we are attempting and the needs we have are all spiritual in nature. So as Paul wrote the the Thessalonians, "Brothers, pray for us" (1 Thess. 5:25).


Steven and Bradi Parkin will be leading a group from Redemption Hill to Camp Cozad in Nebraska (along with a group from Countryside Baptist Church) June 13-17. This is a reminder that if you have a 7th-12th grader and would like to take advantage of the opportunity to send them to a Bible-teaching truth-focused camp this summer, there is registration information here.


For those who would like to participate in the day of prayer tomorrow with others in our community, there will be a time of prayer at South Park (gazeebo) from noon to 1pm, and an evening gathering at Christ Covenant Church from 7-8pm.