Link For Our New OnlineRadio Station

Here’s the link to our new online radio station: http://listen.samcloud.com/w/93506/Ed-Boston-Radio-Network#history  The only way to listen is to use your computer, tablet, or smartphone – it’s not on your regular radio channels. Save or bookmark the link and share it with people who like Contemporary Christian music. The is very little talking and almost nonstop music. If we are missing your favorites let us know and we … Continue reading Link For Our New OnlineRadio Station

Announcing Ed Boston Ministries

We would like to introduce you to Ed Boston Ministries. We aren’t changing things, we’re just adding to what we already do. EdBoston.com will continue to be the hub for everything we do, and the Ed Boston Podcast will still be up and running as it has been since 2008. So what is Ed Boston Ministries and what is different than what we have done … Continue reading Announcing Ed Boston Ministries

Holy Week – Resurrection Sunday…The Empty Tomb

As sad as Good Friday was, the best news ever came on Sunday! The Tomb was empty!!! The birth of our Savior (Christmas), the death of our Savior (Good Friday), and the Resurrection of our now Risen Savior (Easter). The story of the human walk of Jesus is now complete with his impending Ascension soon at hand. Blessings to all and a big thank you … Continue reading Holy Week – Resurrection Sunday…The Empty Tomb

Holy Week – Jesus in the Tomb

This is the day after the Crucifixion and the day before the Resurrection, as depicted by the featured photo. Saturday was the Jewish Sabbath, and little would have been done on this day. As you can read below in accounts from each of the Gospels, the Pharisees are worried about the body of Jesus being stolen. Pilate gave the order to have the tomb and … Continue reading Holy Week – Jesus in the Tomb

Holy Week – Good Friday

 Trial, Crucifixion, Death, and Burial on Good Friday Good Friday is the most difficult day of Passion Week. Christ’s journey turned treacherous and acutely painful in these final hours leading to his death. According to Scripture, Judas Iscariot, the disciple who had betrayed Jesus, was overcome with remorse and hanged himself early Friday morning. Meanwhile, before the third hour (9 a.m.), Jesus endured the shame of false accusations, … Continue reading Holy Week – Good Friday