Our sermons are only a part of our Sunday morning, but they are an important part – they are the Word of God presented to us in our context so that we can repent, seek to amend our lives, and receive God’s grace through the power of the Gospel.
How much are you worth? It’s a difficult thing for us to come up with on our own, but we can find the answer simply in how much someone is willing to “pay for us”. Since Jesus did that, we examine how much we are worth to the Triune God. Let not sin therefore reign […]
Are you your father? Well, not exactly – but sometimes it seems that way. We continue our #BeLove / #BeLieve series looking at the Athanasian Creed that we say in church once a year on Trinity Sunday. In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and […]
Do you confess? As we start a very short sermon series on the Creeds, we look at what it means to confess using these Creeds and how we understand them as statements of belief in the Triune God who has given us life and identity. The Nicene Creed We believe in one God, the Father […]
Are you next? Matthias was called up to fill the shoes of Judas – a pretty onerous set of shoes to fill. But his inclusion into the Twelve reminds us that we are being included by God as His disciples, those who are shaped and formed by His love, so that we might show that […]
Are you protesting? We live in a world that is filled with sins that are worthy of our protest, just as did Peter and Paul, and yet we often forget how they modeled Jesus Christ in their protests. When we recapture this sense of how we interact with the world, we might find that we […]
We talk about John 14:1-14 and how God doesn’t give us options, but rather gives us freedom. We aren’t roped into a list of options when we look to Jesus, but we are set free to be the people that God has created us to be, and we can revel in our identity and Christ’s […]
What makes a family? Family is all about identity and belonging and Jesus gives us both. He gives us identity through His cross and resurrection, and He gives us belonging through His Bride – the Church.