Jesus gave up his divinity to set us free from sin, and invites all who are weary to take his yoke upon them. Here is my sermon on Romans 7 and Matthew 11:28-30.
Jesus tells us not to be afraid, because the only thing to fear is the One who loves us completely. Here is my sermon on Matthew 10:24-39.
Christ Is Risen! My Sermon on Easter Sunday
Peter got out of the boat, started walking on the water, and came towards Jesus. But when he noticed the strong wind, he became frightened, and beginning to sink, he cried out, ‘Lord, save me!’ Jesus immediately reached out his hand and caught him.Matthew 14:29-31 This has been an unsettling week, hasn’t it? Every day this week, the COVID-19…
Here is my sermon on Matthew 4:1-11, preached on the First Sunday in Lent.
Here is my sermon on Matthew 5:21-37, preached on February 16, 2020, the Sixth Sunday after Epiphany.
Jesus calls his followers the salt of the earth and the light of the world. Here is my sermon reflecting on what this means for us.
Isaiah promised that a great light would shine into the darkness of his world. In this sermon, I reflect on the ways in which Jesus brings light to a world that still often walks in darkness.
Jesus insisted on being baptized by John in order to "fulfill all righteousness," but what does this mean? Here is my sermon on Matthew 3:13-17.
Advent may be predictable, but the Christmas story shows us that God is full of surprises! Here is my sermon on Matthew 1:18-25.