Sermons

Sermons

One of the perennial questions the church faces is, “Who has to have the faith in order to get the miracle?” Is it the person who needs the miracle? Is…
Matthew is replete with healing stories – broken people who come to Jesus for help and wholeness. Those who suffered from leprosy, the blind, the possessed, and the dying all…
Prolonged times of difficulty can impede our ability to stay creative. The picture of our lives is dulled and hope for a brighter future can fade. We need a touch…
Those who collect beach glass often become “archeologists” – seeking out any markings or clues as to the story of the original piece. It often takes a lot of time…
The Trekkie in me often hears Captain Kirk’s voice whispering that it’s time “to boldly go where no man has gone before!” BTW, it was Picard who reminded Kirk that…
Beach glass begins as something whole and yet discarded. As it is tumbled by the sea, it is broken and polished until it becomes a treasured “mineral gem.” Suffering is…

The Greatest of These is Love

February 14, 2021
This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday … today. And though V-Day is dedicated to love and relationships, it doesn’t seem to make much of a difference in our…
Jesus said that we are the salt of the earth and that we are the light of the world. Most of us hear that and we’re perplexed. “I thought Jesus…

Worship and Us

January 31, 2021
If you wanted to understand the origins of how and what the church does, you couldn’t do better than to take a peek at the book of Acts. In the…

The Power of 12

January 24, 2021
Numbers are a big deal in the Bible. Seven represents completeness – seven days of creation is the first one that comes to mind. Three has been called the perfect…

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