No Awana Meeting on April 20th.
Meets Every Sunday at 5:30 to 7:15 p.m. in the Basement. No meeting on Easter Sunday.
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People were settling back into their seats for what they anticipate would be a quick and uneventful flight. Air Canada Flight 143, originating in Montreal, had just taken off for its destination of Edmonton Alberta. Some travelers have made the trip many times and had become accustom to the takeoff routine and had dozed off. The one hour and forty-three minute flight should have been routine and uneventful. And then suddenly—without warning—it happened.
Nearly two-thousand years ago people were traveling to Jerusalem for the annual feast of Unleavened Bread and Passover. The excited pilgrims had no reason to suspect this year would be any different. They were following a tradition that began in the days of Moses and the Exodus from Egypt (Exodus 12; De 16:16). From birth Jews are taught to observe the Passover. This year’s Passover celebration was going to be different… Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, thy King cometh unto thee: he is just, and having salvation; lowly, and riding upon an ass, and upon a colt the foal of an ass (Zechariah 9:9).
Many TV viewers have switched to Cable-TV channels. “Reality-TV” programs have exploded in popularity. Cable TV shows like Pawn Stars, Dirty Jobs, Ice Road Trucker, Deadliest Catch, Judge Judy, Cops, American Idol, Swamp People, and Duck Dynasty are more popular than most network shows. It seems like people just can’t get enough of reality TV!
I read an interesting article recently about Disney World. I learned that Disney World intentionally creates a place of “escape” from the rest of the world. They want their guests to forget their troubles and difficulties, forget about life, and just enjoy their experience at the park. To this end, they have NO newspapers for sale at the park. What day it is, the latest financial crisis, or the most recent terrorist attack are things that keep you engaged with the outside world. Newspapers keep us engaged with the world and reminds us of these things, so Disney refuses to sell them (however I wonder how they manage getting people to turn off their cell phones, iPads and so on).
I read a news article the other day headlining: American’s Belief in God Is Stong but Declining! The story was based on a new Harris Poll finding that 74 percent of U.S. adults say they believe in God, but that's down from the 82 percent who expressed such a belief in earlier years. As one would expect the naysayers decry the continual decline of everything religious. For example: --72 percent believe in miracles, down from 79 percent in 2005;--68 percent believe in heaven, down from 75 percent;--68 percent believe that Jesus is God or the Son of God, down from 72 percent;--65 percent believes in the resurrection of Jesus Christ, down from 70 percent--58 percent believe in the devil and hell, down from 62 percent;--57 percent believe in the Virgin birth, down from 60 percent, and so on...