Tag Archives: Jesus
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
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
Last week we said that living under the Law is like being kept by a guardian until coming of age. Today we see how Christ redeems us from the Law, allowing us to become children of God (and if children … Continue reading
“Christianity is not a religion, it’s a relationship.” We are invited into a relationship with God the Father, made possible by Jesus the Son. Ideally Christianity creates a healthy relationship but that doesn’t mean it is not a religion. As … Continue reading
Adding sugar to iced tea does not make sweet tea. If you want sweet tea you need to just throw that out and start over. Adding Jesus to a bitter life really can make life sweeter. Let’s look at the … Continue reading
The sermon I almost preached last year. Three scriptures from Luke and John’s Gospel accounts in which Jesus sets the example for us to follow. Happy Mother’s Day from all of us at Unity Baptist Church.
Without the resurrection Christianity is just another religion, the Bible is just a book, and believers have nothing but false hope. But since Jesus has the power to lay down his life and the power to take it up again, … Continue reading
Epiphany is about discovery and celebrates finding something worth finding. It is the 12th day of Christmas and honors the wise men who came from afar, bringing gifts and worshiping the child Jesus.