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The Parable of Wicked Tenants/Vinedressers from Mark 12 is read, analyzed and applied in this sermon. This is also a lesson about expository preaching and we use that model in our worship.
There are two sons in what we often call The Parable of the Prodigal Son and neither of them is the focus of what Jesus was teaching.
In Philippians 2 the Apostle Paul challenges believers to be like minded with Christ who set the bar pretty high in terms of humility. Jesus himself taught and preached on humility. Our goal, just like Jesus and Paul, is to … 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
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
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