Category: Sermons

Choosing Now Over Later [May 20, 2018]

We do put things off.  We can come up with all kinds of reasons.  There’s always tomorrow, right?  Or is there?

Choosing Frontier Over Fortress [May 13, 2018]

Frontier vs. Fortress – These two words are about as different as night and day. The word Frontier brings to mind the wild west, covered wagons, cowboys, Daniel Boone, adventure. The word Fortress makes us think of castles and kingdoms, knights and princesses, dungeons and protection. These two words refer to two entirely different time periods ...

Choosing Boldness [May 6, 2018]

God doesn’t promise that things will go the way we want them to.  Our call is to keep on trusting God anyway, and to trust Him with our whole lives and our whole hearts.

Choosing Fun Over Drudgery [April 29, 2018]

The word fun is not in the Bible, except in the Message version, but the word joy appears hundreds of times.  The Bible is a joyful book. Christianity is an exuberant and happy faith.

Choosing Community Over Isolation [April 22, 2018]

If we take the time to talk to one another about our issues, we’ll be able to understand one another better and then everything will be fine.  But it’s not always quite that easy.  

Choosing Life Over Death [April 15, 2018]

We know that everybody dies, but some people live dead lives.  That’s what Moses wanted to stop them from doing.  So he says, “choose life.”  Say yes to Jesus.  Even when it’s challenging and scary.

Palm Sunday [March 25, 2018]

Why does anybody have to die? Because, according to the story in the book of Genesis, in the beginning, Adam and Eve sinned, and God said if they were going to behave like that, he certainly didn’t want them hanging around forever.