John 12:20-26, from the sermon series The Gospel of John by Pastor Dean.
To Palmdale Community Church
Welcome to PCC, thanks for stopping by our website. At PCC we have a phrase known as “PCC DNA” which we use to describe who we are. As humans our DNA makes us who we are. It determines everything about us from our eye color, to our height and beyond. At PCC we took time to determine what our “DNA” says about us. Our “DNA” is made up of love; our love for God and our love for people. We exist to love people in a practical way so that through us the love of God in Christ might be made known. Our “DNA” includes missions and evangelism. We exist to communicate the Good News of the risen Jesus Christ to those who have not heard. Our “DNA” also includes service. We desire to impact lives in a tangible way.
We have many other aspects of our “DNA”, but rather than list them all I would like to invite you to be our guest. Join us on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings and experience firsthand what “PCC DNA” is all about. No matter where you are in life or where you’ve come from, you are welcome at Palmdale Community Church. Thanks for visiting our site and we hope to see you soon!
Palmdale Community Church
“For the Cause of Christ”
Palmdale Community Church exists to communicate the good news
of the risen Jesus Christ. Our goals are to make disciples of Jesus,
love one another, and live with an eternal perspective.
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Jesus came, mounted on a colt. This picture is a stark contrast to Jesus return, mounted on a white horse in revelation. Listen in to what Pastor Dean has to say about this triumphal entry into Jerusalem, by our King, Jesus.
Jesus therefore, Mary therefore, Judas therefore. During the dinner at Bethany, there were distinct reactions to who Jesus is. One might even add to these, 'you therefore'. John 12:1-8 from the sermon series The Gospel of John, by Pastor Dean.
Missionaries of the Month
Santos and Abigail Quintanilla
Learn to Share the Gospel
With Pastor Dean
Have you ever felt nervous about when ‘that moment comes’ and you have the opportunity to share the gospel with someone right in front of you, but now, you’re not sure what to say? Do you have a method you’ve practiced? Scriptures you run to? If not, or if you’d like a fresh way to present the gospel, check out Pastor Dean’s method, Know, Be, Do. You might just find yourself prepared the next time the gospel door opens itself!