Sermons on Hope
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 Scripture:Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7Psalm 116:1-2, 12-19Romans 5:1-8
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
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…
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…
When we hope in God– when we look to God to order and fulfill our longings– we won’t be left empty.
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 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.