Sermons on Resurrection
Sunday Worship – February 20, 2022
Sunday Worship – February 20, 2022 Scriptures:1 Corinthians 15:35-58, Psalm 37, Luke 6:27-38 Worship Service: The service is available through Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/lansdowneumc/videos/703368717364939 Upcoming Events (contact Pastor Dane for details): Wednesday Meal – February 23rd at 4-5pm Administrative Council – February 26th at 9 am Ash…
Worship from Home – July 12, 2020
Worship from Home – July 12, 2020 Scripture:Genesis 3:8-13Romans 8:1-11John 20:11-18 Please note that the Children’s Message is posted in the Blog section of this website. In the Garden, UMH 314 I come to the garden aloneWhile the dew is still on the rosesAnd the voice I hear falling on my earThe Son of God discloses. Refrain:And He walks with me, and He talks…
Sunday Worship – April 19, 2020
Worship at Home – April 19, 2020 Scriptures: Psalm 16 1 Peter 1:3-9 John 20:19-31
Easter Worship 2020
Alleluia! Christ is risen! Christ is risen indeed! Alleluia! Easter worship 2020 Scriptures: Acts 10:34-43 Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24 Colossians 3:1-4 John 20:1-18
Dead to Sin
A Sermon for June 25, 2017 on Romans 6:1a-11 We’re continuing our series on Romans with the first chunk of chapter 6, where Paul is continuing to work out what it means to be justified by faith. Last week we talked about one way of looking at this thing called justification. Before justification, we are God’s enemies. Once we are justified, we have peace with God. God…
Why are you crying?
A Sermon for Easter, April 16, 2017 on John 20:1-18 “Why are you crying?” Mary Magdalene was asked. It’s a question that gets asked twice in the Gospel reading– once by the angels in the tomb, and once by Jesus himself. Mary Magdalene, why are you crying? Don’t you know it’s Easter Sunday? Let’s put ourselves in her shoes. The Gospel of Luke tells us that Mary…
Why are there bones?
A Sermon for April 2, 2017 on Ezekiel 37:1-14, Romans 8:6-11, John 11:1-45 Katie and I moved to Catonsville just as she was starting medical school. There were a couple of precocious children in our new neighborhood whose houses shared the alley with ours. They had started a newspaper called “The Alley Times” that they would put out monthly featuring news and stories that…
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.