Contributing sermons since Jan 1, 2000
Contributed on Mar 12, 2017
God chose Abraham to father a nation. He didn't always get it right. But he, along with his wife Sarah, teach us valuable lessons: to trust in God's sovereignty, to wait for God's timing, and to follow God's leading as we walk by faith.
Contributed on Mar 5, 2017
Like our first parents, each of us have sinned and fallen short of God's glory. The story of the Fall tells us much about God's giving heart, Satan's destructive lies, and humanity's need for a Savior, of which God provided from the beginning.
Contributed on Feb 25, 2017
The transfiguration reveals that Jesus is powerful (he is God!), primary (he must come first), personable (he cares about us), and passionate (he desires all to be saved). God wants us, like the disciples present, to "listen to him!"
Contributed on Feb 19, 2017
Jesus challenges the common wisdom of his day, stating God doesn't want us to "love our neighbor and hate our enemy" but to love everyone, including our enemies. This is impossible without the love of God flowing through us.
Contributed on Feb 12, 2017
Killing sprees shock us with their cruelty to human life. Yet, how often do we engage in our own killing sprees, mentally murdering those with whom we are angry. Jesus calls us to stop it, and to bend over backwards to make things right with others.