Sermons (Page 3)

The Gospel in Your Words

When Peter was confronted between Palm Sunday and the Crucifixion, he had several chances to share his faith – but he did not. His testimony did not communicate the Gospel of our Lord. When we have opportunities to share our faith, what do we say? What will you say? Always have a reason for the…

Dramatic Israel

When God had freed Israel from slavery, they wandered for 40 years. During their physical travels, they wandered spritually as well. Like a dramatic teenager, they distrusted God, and lost their faith. God sent snakes, and Israel was bitten by the consequenses of their actions. In the same way, we can be bitten by the…

I Need A Sign!

What does the ten commandments and Jesus driving the merchants out of the temple have in common? They were signs from God that held meaning then and still hold meaning and hope for us today. At that time, the Jews asked Jesus by what sign did you did these things? Three years later, the disciples…

Captivity & Freedom

Captivity is mentioned in the bible, Israel was captive in Egypt. And many of the apostles were held captive during their service to our Lord. Today we enjoy freedom, but are we free? Or are we captive to greed, lust, envy or revenge? Are we captive in other ways? These are more insidious, and can…

The Gospel In Seven Words

As we gather for Ash Wednesday, we will examine our theme – “The Gospel In Seven Words”. Imagine you have the opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Could you share it quickly and clearly? Try to present it in just seven words. Throughout our Lenten Season, we will develop our testimony to be…

Listen to Him!

When Peter, James, and John climbed the mountain with Jesus, the disciples saw Him as He truly was – as the Son of God standing with Moses and Elijah, dazzling in brightness. When God spoke, he simply said, “Listen to Him!” Jesus later asks them if they have been paying attention. There is a difference…