Category: Sermons

Why Pray?

Why do we pray? There are lots of reasons, and one very important fundamental reason - God's love.

Imagine the Possibilities

Imagine the possibilities of following a star. Imagine the possibilities of following Jesus.

Why Christmas?

What does this event from more than 2000 years ago mean in our lives today?

Mary the Magnifier

Mary's powerful words show us the power of God's love to turn the world upside down.

Herald, The Way-Clearer

Read Luke 3:1-6, Malachi 3:1-4 here Listen here: The word for today is “herald.”  Not the proper name, but the noun, with a little bit of the verb thrown in.  A herald is a messenger, someone bringing news.  That’s why there are a lot of newspapers named Herald: There’s the Boston Herald. The Miami Herald. ...

Light in the Darkness – Hope

Our lives are filled with things that dim our hope, that make the darkness seem greater than the light. We need to acknowledge those things in our lives and in the world that are dark and make us blue, and renew our trust in our great hope, Jesus Christ, our once and coming King!

The Big Kahuna

Who is in charge? Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat, Pray, Love says, "I met an old lady once, almost a hundred years old, and she told me, 'There are only two questions that human beings have ever fought over, all through history. How much do you love me? And Who's in charge?'" This week we celebrate the One who is in charge - Jesus Christ. ("...and he shall reign forever and ever." Luke 1:33, Rev. 11:15)