Or is the story of Abraham’s first son something different?
On Sunday, our summer intern from Duke preached his first sermon with us, and I don’t think we will forget it anytime soon. Using Romans 5:1-8 and Genesis 18:1-15 he preached a sermon on forgiveness and reconciliation.
There are lights, and then there are lights. As we gathered outside on Sunday, we celebrated the one who is the Light of the World – the Light that the darkness cannot overcome. (Sermon from Romans 1:16-20a, Psalms 24):
On Pentecost we celebrate what the Spirit does in us, and what we are able to do in the Spirit. (Sermon from Acts 2:1-21)
On this Ascension Sunday, we reflected on being part of a story that is always ongoing. (Sermon from Acts 1:1-11; Luke 24:44-53).
God’s grace is always at work – even in places you might not expect. Paul found where God had been at work in Athens, even before they had heard him preach the message of good news. (Sermon from Acts 17:22-31.)
God is at work, both in a seed slowly growing and in dramatic transformations. This past Sunday we looked at where Paul’s story ended and where it began. (Sermon from Acts 7:55-60).
You run into Jesus in all sorts of places – keep your eyes peeled. (Sermon from Luke 24:13-35 below)
Jesus came that we may have life, and have it more abundantly! (Sermon from John 10:1-10 below)
Our yearly return to the story of Thomas reminds us that we walk by faith and not by sight. Today we talked about a kind of vision that God does give us though. We have a new vision statement that we hope can guide us into continued faithfulness and into fruitfulness over the coming year. […]