Category Archives: sermon
Peter preached on the Day of Pentecost and the audience was “cut to the heart.” What happens next is recorded in Acts 2:37-47. God’s plan of salvation has not changed and the Holy Spirit is at work today convicting of … Continue reading
Taking a break from the Acts series we recognize fathers on Father’s Day and look to our heavenly father as the perfect example. Note: It was Robert Kennedy, not John F. Kennedy, that gave the speech referenced in the sermon. … Continue reading
Peter’s sermon on the day of Pentecost is recorded in Acts 2:14-36. It is the first “Christian message” in that it’s the first time the death, burial and resurrection were proclaimed. Peter explains that God’s Spirit is being poured out … Continue reading
We have made it to Acts Chapter 2! The disciples remained in Jerusalem as instructed before the ascension and the Holy Spirit came as promised. We don’t have to wait for the Holy Spirit today but we do need to … Continue reading
Servant Leaders, a Memorial Day sermon. The skills of leadership are honed through service. Jesus said that even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve. (Matthew 20:28) Click the play arrow above to listen to … Continue reading
I try hard not to preach the same sermon every year on any particular occasion. This year for Mother’s Day we looked at 3 biblical accounts of how mothers should be treated, by both children and grown children.
Promise of the Father | Acts 1:1-5 | April 23, 2017 Promise of His Return | Acts 1:6-11 | April 30, 2017 Lesson of Matthias | Act 1:12-26 | May 7, 2017
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