Jesus is the light of the world, and when we follow him we learn to reflect his light. Here is my sermon on Matthew 4:12-23 (and Isaiah 9:1-4).
The Confidence Born of Faithful Humility: My Sermon on Isaiah 6 and Luke 5
What can Isaiah, Paul, and Simon Peter teach us about the confidence born of faithful humility? Here is my reflection on that, in my sermon for this Sunday on Isaiah 6 and Luke 5.
The Light that Shines on All Our World: My Christmas Eve Sermon on Isaiah 9:2-7
Jesus is the light that shines on us all. Our wonderful counselor who is a mighty God; our everlasting Father who is the prince of peace. Here is my Christmas Eve sermon on Isaiah 9:2-7.
Holy, Holy, Holy Is the Lord: My Sermon on Isaiah 6:1-8
Here is my sermon on Isaiah's magnificent vision in the Temple as we celebrate Holy Trinity Sunday.
Unquenchable Joy: My Sermon on Gaudete Sunday
Finding joy in a challenging year can be difficult, but we can always find joy in the Lord. Here is my sermon for the Third Sunday of Advent, Gaudete Sunday.
A Great Light: My Sermon on January 26, 2020
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.
Bonus Sermon: A Sermon I Preached at the Lutheran Church in Matamba, Tanzania in 2017
I didn't preach on Sunday, so here is a "bonus sermon" from 2017, when I was deeply honored to be invited to preach at the Lutheran Church in Matamba, Tanzania while on a mission trip there.