In My Father’s House

Welcome to a new year! This Sunday we’ll be continuing to study the book of Luke – and we’ll be reading the section of Luke 2:41-52. This is one of the only places in canonized Scripture that gives us a glimpse of Jesus’ childhood.

In this account, Jesus has a “Home Alone” experience – where he gets left behind in Jerusalem after his family had visited to celebrate Passover. There is a lot that this passage reveals, least of which is Jesus’ first recorded words in Luke, and what they reveal about Jesus’ self awareness and specialness of his mission.

In this study we’ll consider who Jesus declares himself to be, and we’ll look at what this story tells us about our own lives as those who follow Jesus.

If you can’t join us in person, you can catch our livestream on YouTube or Facebook – all of which happen at 10 AM.

Published by Rob Woodrum

I serve as a pastor among the people of Eastgate Christian Fellowship in Panama City Beach, Florida. I'm not very good at it, but it's what God has called me to I do.

One thought on “In My Father’s House

  1. Dear Loving Brother in JESUS. Greetings to you from INDIA, How are you Doing and your Family and I am Praying for your Safety from this Deadly Virus and GOD Keeps you Safe, Hope you have celebrated Blessed Christmas. Please Continue to share more Teachings and I am Studying and Sharing with our Congregations and Bible Study Groups in INDIA. We have much idolatry in our regions and we want to reach and win more Souls this 2021, Please Pray for me and our Family and Gospel Teams with us. Wish you HAPPY NEW YEAR AND GOD BLESS YOU!!. Love you much, in JESUS LOVE, Pastor Babu and Sara and Teams. The Voice of Gospel.

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