Sermon Series
  • 1. Two Lost Sons

    Contributed on May 11, 2014

    In this lesson we learn what it means to be lost through the eyes of the younger son

    Two Lost Sons Luke 15:11-32 Do you know what the worst feeling is? It’s not the Saints losing twice in Seattle ending their playoff run. The worst feel is being lost. When I was six, my parents took me to a carnival. It was a kid’s dream: games, rides, cotton candy, hotdogs, and more

  • 2. Pharisees, Tax Collectors And Sinners

    Contributed on May 11, 2014
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    This sermon looks three groups of people mentioned in the Scripture Pharisees, sinners and tax collectors

    Pharisees, Tax Collectors and Sinners Luke 15:1-2 Luke’s Gospel was originally written on a scroll. He assumed his readers would always start at the beginning of his Gospel and read through to the end. Thus, in recording what we now know as Luke 15, Luke’s readers would have just more

  • 3. The Lost Sheep

    Contributed on May 11, 2014

    This sermon looks at the parable of the Lost Sheep

    The Lost Sheep Luke 15:1-7 There are two questions I want you to wrestle with this season of Lent: What’s the most important thing to you? And what’s the most important thing to God? It is that second question that Jesus seeks to answer with the teaching of three parables in Luke more

  • 4. The Lost Coin

    Contributed on May 11, 2014
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    This sermon looks at the Parable of the Lost Coin

    The Lost Coin Luke 15:8-10 When my son Luke was a toddler, my wife and I took him to the beach in Gulf Shores, AL. We had a wonderful time but finally check out day arrived. I was in the kitchen packing up all of the refrigerator items when I heard my wife cry out, “I can’t find my more

  • 5. Hollywood Endings

    Contributed on May 11, 2014

    Sometimes, we want a Hollywood ending in life and we don’t get one. This is the problem with the Parable of the Prodigal Son as we look atb it from the older son

    Hollywood Endings Luke 15:25-32 How many of you like Hollywood endings when you go to the movies? You know, the joy-filled, love engaged and relationship mending that leaves you with a warm, feel-good heart and smile on your face? The problem is, life doesn’t always give us a Hollywood more

  • 6. Finding What We’ve Lost

    Contributed on May 11, 2014

    This sermon focuses on the question of “How do you find something that’s lost, especially if you’re the one that’s lost?

    Finding What We’ve Lost Luke 15:11-32 A couple of years ago, I was blessed to win tickets to the practice round of The Master’s golf tournament. The Masters is one of four majors in professional golf and is considered to be hallowed ground to golfers. It’s in Augusta, GA in more