This week’s ongoing Bible study will be part 1 of Luke chapter 24

Where Did Jesus Go? [Luke chapter 24, verses 1-16] To view this on my website, click here 🙂 Last week as we left off at the conclusion of Luke chapter 23, Jesus had just died and been buried in a borrowed grave belonging to Joseph of Arimethia. Although no one saw the significance of this […]

This week’s guest post is from Neil Vermillion

My Guest Post for This Week by pastor Paul J. Bern To view this on my website, click here 🙂 During this Christmas holiday, I will be spending some time with friends and giving myself a chance to take time for some R&R. While I’m away, I would like to introduce you to a colleague […]

Free book excerpt #17 from author, blogger and Web pastor Paul J. Bern

“The Apostles In Plain English Vol. 1: the Apostle Paul” by Rev. Paul J. Bern (c) 2017 by Rev. Paul J. Bern and CreateSpace.com   Five years in the making, this first of a series is a lot more than just a compilation of Bible studies. This collection of Paul’s writings presents them from a […]

This week’s Bible study will be part 4 of Luke chapter 23

Jesus Dies and is Buried [Luke chapter 23, verses 44-56] To view this on my website, click here 🙂 Last week in our ongoing study of the writings of the apostle Luke, we left off at the place where one of the condemned men on the cross had just asked Jesus to “remember me when […]

A Different Sort of Christmas Message for 2017

Does Anybody Really Know What Time This Is? Does Anybody Really Care? By Web pastor Paul J. Bern To view this on my website, click here 🙂 This week’s commentary is titled the same as that 1970 song by “Chicago”. The holiday season is what time it is. Question is, does anybody really care about […]

This week’s Bible study will be part 3 of Luke chapter 23

Jesus On the Cross [Luke chapter 23, verses 32-43] To view this on my web site, click here 🙂 Last week when we ended our ongoing study of the writings of the apostle Luke, we left off at verse 31 of chapter 23, where Jesus was being led off to be crucified. A crowd of […]