Sermon for Sunday, October 28, 2018, based on Mark 10:46-52. In this story, the blind beggar Bartimaeus, resists the urging of the crowd and continues to plead with Jesus for mercy. See how his persistence pays off and what he and Jesus together have to teach us all about discipleship. If you like what you see here, and are close to Lansdowne, PA, on Sunday morning, we invite you to join us in worship.
It was a somber Sunday. The menorah lit behind me was in honor of the grief stricken Jewish community of Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, following the mass murder that occurred there on Saturday, October 27, 2018, during their worship service. We are praying for this community, for all their grieving,
Every Tuesday night at 8 p.m. (with exceptions for the pastor's vacation and power failures), we have a live stream Bible study. You are invited to subscribe on YouTube (it's free) and join: If you'd like a little more information on becoming a subscriber, see the following. To learn how to join us on the Beyond Loaves and Fishes live stream event each Tuesday night, take a look at the following blog post and follow the simple steps: https://lansdownebaptistchurch.blogspot.com/2018/05/beyond-loaves-fishes-livestream-bible.html