When the grace of this world lets us down, we can turn to the grace of our loving God. Here is my sermon for Reformation Sunday.
The opening of Paul's earliest New Testament letter shares five words that remain central to our Christian faith: Grace, Peace, Faith, Love, and Hope. Here is my sermon on 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10.
From his prison cell, Paul reminds us that we can rejoice always because we can always rejoice in the Lord. Here is my sermon on Philippians 4:4-7.
The parables taught by Jesus teach us both about God and ourselves. What can we learn from his parable of the wicked tenants? Here is my sermon on Matthew 21:33-46.
Ezekiel 18 invites us to stop looking for who to blame, and instead turn to God and live. Here is my sermon on Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32.
The (Blessed) Unfairness of God's Mercy: My Sermon on Jonah 3:10-4:11 and Matthew 20:1-16.
With all that is happening in our world right now, what can we do to make a difference? Here is one thing we can do: forgive someone. Here is my sermon on Matthew 18:21-35.
Scripture teaches us that God cares deeply about our most important relationship(s). Here is my sermon on Matthew 18:15-20.
What does it mean to follow Jesus today? Here is a sermon focusing on that important question.
Jesus asks us all a very basic question: "Who do you say that I am?" Our answer directly affects how we live out our faith and how we live our lives. Here is my sermon on this profound question.