What would you be willing to do to enter the kingdom of God? Nothing is required, of course, because it is God's gift to us. But this gift still asks something of us, doesn't it? Here is my sermon on Mark 9:38-50.
Sometimes getting the question right is more important than having it answered. Here is my sermon on Mark 9:30-37.
When Jesus asks his famous question, "Who do you say that I am?" we know the answer. But do know what the answer means, for Jesus and for us? Here is my sermon on Mark 8:27-38.
Jesus came to open our eyes and open our ears, but also to open our hearts. Here is my sermon on Mark 7:24-37.
In the Letter of James we are invited to "be doers of the word, and not merely hearers." What does that mean for us today? Here is my answer, in my sermon on James 1:17-27.
In a world filled with words that often bring anxiety, division, and even despair, Jesus offers us something very different: words of eternal life. Here is my sermon on John 6:56-69.
What does it mean to live wisely? Proverbs 9 has much to say about this topic. Here is my sermon on this chapter of Proverbs.
In Paul's Letter to the Ephesians, Paul encourages us to "be imitators of God," and gives us five specific ways to do that. Here is my sermon on Ephesians 4:25 - 5:2.
The only food that endures for eternal life is the food offered by Jesus, but it is offered freely to all. Here is my sermon on John 6:24-35.
Jesus feeds the five thousand to teach us that with Jesus, there is always enough. Here is my sermon on this miracle, as recorded in John's Gospel.