Hosanna is an ancient cry, both a call for God's help and a recognition of that help in progress. When Jesus was greeted by exuberant "Hosannas" as he rode into Jerusalem, what expectations did the shouters--and those disturbed by the shouting--have in mind? What about us, in what and whom do we put our trust for help with the worries of our lives? And what can we learn from the path of hope that Jesus offered to his followers?

Read "Hosanna!" from Joe Heikman or listen below:

Bonus Listening:  Experience the guided meditation journey from the opening of the service, prepared by Deborah and the Lent planning team:

You are not in control of your life.  We can try, but like the prophet Ezekiel, our ability to influence people and events is limited despite our most extreme efforts.  Like Jesus' friends Lazarus, Martha, and Mary, we are fragile, mortal, reactive creatures.  Life is not random, but it certainly can feel that way at times.  Where is God in the face of chaos and death?  What does it mean to live faithfully when life is out of control?

Read "Thin Line" from Joe Heikman or listen below:

The Pharisees asked Jesus, maybe a little sarcastically, "Surely we are not blind, are we?" But that is a good question for us to ask. Are we blind? To what? Have we been taught to be blind? Is blindness actually bad? What would it mean to have our sight restored?

Read "Seeing Again" from Les Klassen Hamm or listen below:

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Worship: 10:45 a.m. 

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