Author Archives: Clark Bunch
In this sermon we will take a look at what David knew about God. His understanding was ahead of his time; he was called a prophet by Peter in Acts 2 and an oracle in 2nd Samuel. We see in … Continue reading
Week five of Eastertide, our focus is on who Jesus is.
Some years I have chosen not to preach a Mother’s Day sermon at all. Others I have focused on God’s plan for all the family relationships and how each teach us something about our relationship to Him. The number one … Continue reading
It’s a very well-known verse often used in calls to worship. The tone of Psalm 118 is worship but this verse could serve as a reminder that we are called to more than worship. This is the day the Lord … Continue reading
The Gospels record several instances of Jesus appearing to his disciples after the resurrection. Today, the week after Easter, we will look at one of those from John 21. If the question is “What would Jesus do?” then have a … Continue reading
Apologies regarding the Easter sermon. Another person, with the best of intentions, stopped the recording and I didn’t realize what happened until the end of the service. So here is a summary of what you missed. The preaching of the … Continue reading
Galatians 6:11-18 wraps up our series in Galatians and serves us well as our text for Palm Sunday. Far be it from me to boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ… Paul exhorts his readers to look past … Continue reading
The argument Paul sets up in Galatians 5 is made in Galatians 6. If you sow in the flesh you will reap corruption of the flesh; if you sow in the Spirit you will reap eternal life.
There are many voices competing for out attention but we can choose which to listen to. The flesh and the Spirit are opposed to each other but we decide which leader to follow.