“If Good Friday is the day Jesus was crucified, shouldn’t it be called Bad Friday, or Sad Friday?” That’s what a child asked me a
Hope. We need it. But not some naive optimism blind to the facts. A REAL hope with eyes wide open that sustains us. That’s what this sermon explores.
Because of COVID-19 there’s a lot of change and uncertainty out there—and with it an invisible enemy: Fear. But how can we be victorious over
Do you feel out of control? Things seem to change daily in a pandemic. This sermon on Psalm 103 reminds us about who God is and who we can be as his people in uncertain times.
There’s a lot of confusion about ‘identity.’ But when we are confident about who we are, we live differently, powerfully and on purpose. This sermon explores Ephesians 1-2 for the answer.
“The task is to become child-like without becoming child-ish” (unknown). What’s the difference, and why does Jesus tell his disciples that unless they become like children they can’t enter the kingdom of heaven? Here’s why, and 2 ways we can be like children today.
T.S. Eliot asked, “Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?” Great question! In this
In Part 3 of 4 in the “Mature” series I highlight 3 specific traits to look for in others who can serve as godly examples in our lives. God puts people in our lives to help us pilot our lives.
Mature people are humble. But why? And how? It seems to be the virtue many people admire but few people actually want. This sermon on Phil. 2:1-18 explains.
This sermon is Part 1 of 4 in a series called ‘Mature: 4 things mature people do on the path of joy.’ It’s about the much-misunderstood but important role ‘fellowship’ plays.
Do you want more courage to face the things that threaten you? Do you want to live victoriously? Do you want to feel better equipped for the battle of the mind? If so, listen in.
I realize it’s a strange title for a sermon, especially since I’m a pastor who considers himself a very “religious” person. Technically, the word “religion”
Welcome to a new year, to a new decade, and to the next chapter of your life! At this time of year, a lot of