week past we lost a very dear friend to complications from pancreatic cancer.
Dr. Robert Kunz died last Thursday, and I am still in shock. Bob played a
number of roles in my life. He was a best friend. He was a minister to me. He
was the third brother I never had. His death has left a huge hole in my life,
and in the lives of many, many others too numerous to count.
was bright, well‑read and highly principled. Bob was a fine preacher who took
very seriously preaching and pastoral care. He was kind and lived out his
theology in everything he did. I still can’t believe I was blessed to have him
in my life. I’ve not yet met anyone who was a finer man or a finer Christian.
know you will join me in prayer for Eileen, Tammy, Shawn and the grandsons. As
Bob was fond of saying, “God is a great God indeed.”
See you at
– Dr. Rob
Marks Us as Belonging to a Risen Savior?
We have gone through a period of
Lent, where we acknowledged our failures and asked forgiveness. We have devoted
time to studying the scriptures and doing acts of love and sharing.
what? What does it mean that our Savior has risen from the dead? What
difference does that make in our lives in 2022?
out as a first response. We no longer
fear death as being the end for us, but as a time of transition to new
Jesus’ life and ministry was not in vain. He showed us a way of living that we
can strive to copy. He is there beside us to guide, encourage, and comfort us.
With the end of his earthly ministry, we are not left on our own, but we’ve
been given the Holy Spirit, who helps us live lives of love, joy, and
our imitation of our Savior, we practice patience, kindness, goodness,
faithfulness, gentleness, and self‑control. Our present-day world sorely needs
Easter People. Let’s be refreshed by God’s incredible gift and be “Easter
May 2022 Scriptures
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Acts 9:1‑6, (7‑20)
Revelation 21:10, 22‑22:5
John 14:23‑29 or John 5:1‑9
Revelation 22:12‑14, 16‑17, 20‑21