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APRIL 5, 2020

As we begin Holy Week, Pastor Dan dives into a powerful story about genuine worship. When one of Jesus' followers chooses to worship through anointing Jesus, Judas Iscariot responds in a way that many of us do today.

APRIL 6, 2020

What seems, at first, to be a rather strange story, Jesus cursing a fig tree is about a lot more than just being hangry. What is the significance of fruit, and how can we bear fruit in our lives?

Bryan Kandel is the Worship Leader here at Canton Nazarene

APRIL 7, 2020

The religious leaders in Jerusalem sought to prove the Jesus was nothing more than a man. His wisdom, however, showed that He was the Messiah. And His destiny was to lay down His life. Would His followers still believe in Him? Would those religious leaders ever change their minds and hearts?

Jimmy Black is the Youth Pastor here at Canton Nazarene.

APRIL 8, 2020

Every story has a villain, and the gospel story is no different. However, there's a twist...the traitor might not be whom you thought it was. The betrayal of Jesus wasn't a one-time event, but rather a place where we find ourselves time and again.

Josh Potts is the Children's Pastor here at Canton Nazarene.

APRIL 9, 2020

To remember. It is both so simple and yet so challenging. When it comes to our relationship with Jesus, remembering is meant to bring us closer together as a community. Jesus gave us one of the most powerful ways to help remember on Maundy Thursday.

Mark Reiss is the Executive Administrator here at Canton Nazarene.

APRIL 10, 2020

Holy Week leads us to the inevitable torture and execution of Jesus. Was it all worth it? Was it worth the pain and suffering? How did Jesus respond when he stared in the face of brutal death?

Dan Hanson is the Lead Pastor here at Canton Nazarene.

APRIL 11, 2020

On this day of Holy Week, the Gospels remain silent. Jesus' followers wait -- they don't know what will happen. As we await Easter, we are left with our thoughts, our worries, and our questions. In this time of seclusion, we can become a target for the enemy. Our hope found in God is our greatest strength.

Andee Hanson is the Middle School Director here at Canton Nazarene.

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