Jesus begins His final week of ministry by entering Jerusalem amidst a jubilant celebration. Multitudes greet Him, shouting “Hosannas” and waving palm branches in their hands, as He enters the city. For this reason, Christian tradition refers to this day as “Palm Sunday”—the day of Jesus’ triumphal entry. The fact that Christians through the centuries have commemorated this day suggests that it’s a day of great importance and significance. Notably, all four Gospel writers include this event in their Gospel account. Obviously God intended this event to reveal gospel truth.
So,what is the biblical meaning of Palm Sunday?
This week on CRC Insights will be guest P.J. Meduri.
In January, 2006, P.J. Meduri Ministries, (PJMM) was formed. In 2010 the ministry became known as Taking the Field Ministries. P.J. travels and serves in numerous states and in 15 foreign countries. He’s also authored two books and numerous devotional pieces for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ Coaches Bible.
P.J. and his wife Delores were married in May 1987. They are members of Fellowship Bible Church in Chagrin Falls, Ohio; and currently reside in Glen Daniel, WV.
Taking The Fields website is at this LINK
This week on CRC Insights we will have The Center For Pastoral Studies Round Table. CPS Round Table is a monthly radio program where teachers from the Center For Pastoral Studies talk about theological issues in a open round table format. CPS Round Table is hosted by John Adams.
Be inspired to help others as you hear stories from some Focus on the Family listeners who reflect on a time in their lives when someone went out of the way to provide a miracle in their moment of need.
Focus on the Family presents our Radio Theatre production of "The Legend of Squanto," a fascinating account of the origin of Thanksgiving and one American Indian's journey to freedom. (Part 2 of 2)
Focus on the Family presents our Radio Theatre production of "The Legend of Squanto," a fascinating account of the origin of Thanksgiving and one American Indian's journey to freedom. (Part 1 of 2)