May 29 – Conscience of a Nation – Part 1

May 21st, 2011 by admin

He wore camel hair and ate locust and honey for meals.  His eyes were piercing, his beard coarse, and his skin sunburned and leathery.  Yet, John the Baptist was a captivating, remarkable man who was provocative but tender, strong-willed but humble.

In Morning Worship Pastor Reigle will introduce a brief look at the life and ministry of John the Baptist, the one Jesus said “among those born of women there has not arisen anyone greater.”  (Matthew 11:11)    The series is titled “Conscience of a Nation – Probing the Life of John the Baptist.”  The first sermon in this series is based on Luke 1:5-25, 57-66.

From his miraculous birth to his tragic death, John the Baptist will challenge us to a deeper devotion to Christ and a greater grasp of servant leadership.

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