Do Not Doubt, but Believe: My Sermon on John 20:19-31
"What is truth?" Pilate asked Jesus in the Gospel of John. Here is my sermon on this famous question.
Jesus "loved them to the end," John tells us. Here is my sermon on John 13:1-17, 31b-35.
"Sir, we wish to see Jesus," they asked that day, but to see Jesus we must look to the cross. Here is my sermon on John 12:20-33.
Martin Luther is said to have described John 3:16 as "the gospel in miniature." He also said that this verse "is so pregnant with meaning that it can never be exhausted." Here is my sermon on this famous passage.
A sermon on the message of the cross, a stumbling block to some, foolishness to others, but to all who are called, it shows us the power of God and the wisdom of God.
What does it mean to pray, "Give us this day our daily bread"? Here is my reflection on this question, as I continue my series on the Lord's Prayer.
All four gospels are important to understanding the good news of Jesus, but what is important about John's Gospel? Here is my answer to that question, along with a brief overview of this gospel.
Jesus makes a remarkable promise in John 1, to Nathanael and to all of us, that Jesus would fulfill the promise first made to Jacob in Genesis 28. Here is my sermon on John 1:43-51.
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.