Sermons on Hope
Worship Service – August 2, 2020
If you missed worshiping live with us this morning, the recording is available here! “Be Thou My Vision” Scriptures: Isaiah 55:1-5 Psalm 145:8-9, 14-21 Matthew 14:13-21 Some liturgy has been adapted from Ministry Matters resources One additional announcement for today:We will have our August Re-Entering Well meeting on Tuesday, August 4 at 7 pm on Zoom. An…
Worship from Home – June 14, 2020
Worship from Home – June 14, 2020 Scripture:Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7Psalm 116:1-2, 12-19Romans 5:1-8
Worship from Home – April 26, 2020
Worship from Home – April 26, 2020 Curious about the Walk to Emmaus? Check out today’s Sunday School lesson from Cokesbury Kids! (Link also posted on the Blog on this site.) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1r4KcSKC66kKWsYdRI_s0CY9vfdt6pQoq/view
Worship from home March 29, 2020
Video of Lansdowne United Methodist Church online worship service – live-streamed on Facebook March 29, 2020. We will be following a unified service for home and gatherings, so that we pray the same things; we say the same things; and we are working together in communal worship. Regardless of where , when or how we participate in this worship, we are still united as the…
Worship from home – March 22, 2020
Video of Lansdowne United Methodist Church online worship service – posted on Facebook March 22, 2020. We will be following a unified service for home and gatherings. We will be using this each week, so that we pray the same things; we say the same things; and we are working together in communal worship. Regardless of where , when or how we participate in this…
Peace, Joy, and Hope
When we hope in God– when we look to God to order and fulfill our longings– we won’t be left empty.
Hope Lived Out
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.
Hold On Tight
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 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.