When our cups are filled with so much we miss God’s unbelievable love...
Does God call us to give up our sense of superiority? Seminary Drew Riter uses the story of the Woman at the Well to argue that Jesus calls us to precisely that. See what you think.
Giving up expectations? That’s what you do when God bursts into your life in unexpected ways that change everything. Seminarian Allie Smith shares her story of faith lost, then found in a river in India.
What does it mean to give up control? How do we try to take control and what happens when we do? Seminarian Coco Lyons shares her experience in this Lenten Midweek message, the first in our series for Lent 2018.
The message for the first Sunday of Lent comes from Genesis, the covenant story between God and Creation.
Do you think God was sorry God created humankind? Pastor Paul argues that God chooses love over total destruction when God is disappointed by people. God chooses love, and so should we.
Save one, save the world, entire…
The movie Schindler’s List shares a dramatic story of turning away from hate and toward love. Giving up hate leads to saving over a thousand lives and assures generations to follow.
This Ash Wednesday sermon addresses these things. A movie clip can be viewed online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIp_8RNNX4k
Have you ever had a mountaintop experience you just didn’t want to leave? Peter voices that to Jesus after Jesus is transfigured on the high mountain. But every mountaintop requires coming back down the mountain. Jesus’ disciples glimpsed the vision Jesus’ shares and commit their lives to sharing the Good News.
Ever feel like praying is like talking to a wall? What is the value of prayer? Jesus models it for us in today’s reading from the Gospel of Mark.
Is there any length to which God wouldn’t go for you? In today’s message we hear about the boundaries Jesus crosses, the lines God blurs to ensure our salvation, and what it looks like for us to respond to evil in our world.
Jesus’ call is for all of us, but we let that voice get lost in the crowd. Pastor Paul talks about it and about some ways to ensure God’s voice is heard above the noise.
Who do you follow? Why do you follow them? Jesus calls his disciples to follow, to come and see, and then equips these average people for remarkable ministry in his name. This same Jesus invites us to be his disciples and he will be our rabbi, too.
What is baptism all about? Today we recall the Baptism of our Lord. Jesus is baptized by John in the Jordan River and we talk about why we baptize and what it means.
Sermons will be posted each week following worship. Stay connected with the Word even if you have to miss worship!