Category Archives: sermon
For Easter we looked at three reasons Jesus came out of the tomb. “Because he’s not dead” is on the list!
As Jesus rode into Jerusalem for the last time, an expectant crowd shouted “Hosannah!” and waved palm branches. Perhaps you are familiar with this story. But do you know why they shouted hosannah? Or what it means? And why were they … Continue reading
During the final days before his crucifixion, sometimes called Holy Week referring to the time between Palm Sunday and Easter, Jesus had some important last words for his followers. He also had a few sharply worded exchanges between himself and … Continue reading
This is the Sunday morning sermon from March 26th. In the Great Commission (Matt 26, Mark 16, Luke 24) and again before his ascent in Acts 1, Jesus told his followers to take the Gospel to all people the world … Continue reading
In Mark 4 Jesus shares some now well known parables about sowing and harvesting. Today we relate a couple of those to The Big Invite. Keep sowing Gospel seeds because some will find good soil, take root, and produce much … Continue reading
Last week I asked “Will you pray?” In Luke 22, Jesus prayed the night he was arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane. He was the Son of God, incarnate deity himself robed in flesh, yet made it a regular habit … Continue reading
March 5th – 12th is the Week of Prayer for North American Missions. Prayer gives us focus. There are so many voices competing for our attention. Among other things, prayer gives us a moment of clarity as remove all distractions … Continue reading
Part 3 of the Walk in Love series. In Matthew 22, Jesus responds to the question of the greatest commandment.
Ephesians 5 is about the love between a husband and wife, as an analogy for Christ and the Church. 1 John 4, the text for sermon 2 in this series, is about the love believers have for one another and … Continue reading