Posts from March 2015

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Holy Week: Tuesday

by Jason Piteo

By Tuesday of Holy Week, we see that Jesus is making it very clear that He is picking a fight with the Jewish authorities. He had begun that fight the day before by cleansing the temple. He begins his assault on Tuesday by explaining to His disciples that the cursing of the fig tree was […]

Holy Week: Monday

by Jason Piteo

It is now Monday of Holy Week, and as we walk together through Jesus’ last days on his journey to Calvary, we would do well to remember how Jesus spent this time. What was important to Him during these precious several days? What happened between Palm Sunday and Good Friday? The first thing we know […]

Holy Week: Palm Sunday

by Jason Piteo

As we enter into Holy Week on the church calendar, I thought it would be helpful for me (and you) to take some time and remember what our Lord Jesus went through on our behalf some 2,000 years ago. It’s as relevant today as anything else that has ever happened or will ever happen in […]

Pleadings | March 16 – April 5

by Courtney Schnee

ECPC Pleadings to our Father for March 16 – April 5   ˈplēdiNG/ – n. the action of making an emotional or earnest appeal to someone. James 5:16 The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results.   Monday Staff of ECPC – (Tyler, Jason, Justin, Sarah)  God, allow these who […]

Blaming God (By Steve Fröehlich)

by Tyler Dirks

The long line of ants parading across the kitchen counter leads to a jar of sticky strawberry jelly left open last night by someone who raided the fridge for a midnight snack. A perturbed voice echoes through the house: “Who forgot to put the jelly away? Daa-ad?” Blame. We point a finger at another person […]