This week is the conclusion of the series from the Book of Hebrews. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. Hebrews has always been a more difficult book to study. It requires the reader to turn his or her Bible pages back to the Old Testament, particularly the first five books called the Torah. The writer of Hebrews does a masterful job forming his argument for our need to keep “our eyes on Jesus, the champion who initiates and perfects our faith” (Hebrews 12:2, NLT). If you missed any of the messages, please look on the “Message” page.
Next, we will take some time reflecting on the week leading up to Easter. Often referred to as Holy Week, we are reminded of the actions and teachings of Jesus that ultimately led to the cross. As we see in this week’s message, Jesus willingly came to take our place on the cross. He died to be our Savior. I believe it is the most important week of the year on the Christian calendar. So I encourage you to keep checking back throughout the week as we look at the different events that happened during that week.
Born in Reading, Pennsylvania, Eric grew up in the little town of Gibraltar, PA with his grandparents. He met his wife Cheryl while working at Good’s Greenhouse in Bowmansville, PA. He has three adult children and values watching them grow into the people God wants them to be.