Monthly Archives: April 2018

It All Comes Down to This…

At St. Barnabas, everything we have, our building, liturgy, and hymns, all serve a single purpose:  to encourage everyone to accept and develop a personal relationship with God, the loving creator of the universe.  God has his arms open to … Continue reading

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Jesus in the Old Testament

In Luke’s Gospel (Chapter 24) we are told that one of the things Jesus did after his resurrection was to interpret to them the “things said about himself in all the scriptures,” that is, what we now call the Old … Continue reading

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The Great Fifty Days

The season between Easter and Pentecost is known as the Great Fifty Days for the simple reason that Pentecost follows Easter by that many days.  During the first forty days after his resurrection, as reported in the Acts of the … Continue reading

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What Does the Resurrection Mean?

2000 years ago, a man named Jesus lived in and around Jerusalem.  He attracted followers by his personality, teachings, and miraculous healings.  Some people thought that he might lead an armed rebellion against the occupying Roman Empire.  Instead, he was … Continue reading

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