When we hope in God– when we look to God to order and fulfill our longings– we won’t be left empty.
A Sermon on for November 27, 2016 on Matthew 24:36-44 and Romans 13:11-14
I imagine you didn’t come to church today expecting to hear about Good Friday. No it’s not the Friday before Easter. It’s just the last day of the year. So next week– happy new year! No, no, I’m not confused. Odd, certainly, but not confused. I know it’s not mid April or the end of December. I’m talking about the end of the Christian year. Today is the the last…
A Sermon for November 13, 2016 on Isaiah 65:17-25. We hope and pray for God to bring new creation, but we take steps that anticipate and point towards the renewal that God will bring.
A Sermon for November 6, 2016 on 2 Thessalonians 2:1-5, 13-17. We are on a roller coaster. Don’t get swept away by wacky teachings, but hold on tight! Put your hope in the future that God has prepared for us.
A Sermon on Habakkuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4 and Luke 19:1-10 I love the story of Zacchaeus. It says he was a ruler, a rich tax collector. The world labels him a sinner. Zacchaeus seeks out Jesus– just to catch a glimpse of him. Although the crowds prevent him from seeing Jesus, Zacchaeus perseveres, degrading himself by climbing a sycamore tree. And even as Zacchaeus is…
A Sermon on Luke 18:9-14 Note: The audio for this sermon was unfortunately lost (along with the device it was recorded on). We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience! We expect audio to be available again for the Sunday, October 30 sermon. What a wonderful parable Jesus tells about the Pharisee and the Tax Collector. It’s meaning is so clear. It doesn’t take a bible…
A sermon on Luke 18:1-8. “When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?” What will Jesus find in us? Will Jesus find people of prayer? Will we have persisted in resisting oppression and seeking justice through prayer and action?
A Sermon on 2 Timothy 2:8-15. Biblical hope is anchored in the solid ground of a relationship with the Lord Jesus. The New Testament witnesses that we don’t just hope in the future, we don’t just hope for the future, but we hope from the future.
A sermon 2 Timothy 1:6. When Holy Spirit comes into you, gifts come too. God’s flame touches us, and something inside us begins to smoulder. What gift did God ignite in you? What is your gift?