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Sermon – Mark 4: 26-34

Jesus did not speak to them except in parables.  Yes, this was the form of teaching and communication Jesus used.  And, quite often, I think we misunderstand what parables are meant to do as we hear them.  You see, we are people who like to solve problems.  As we look at the parables of Jesus,…

Sermon – Genesis 3: 8-15

Over the past couple of weeks, I have had the privilege of spending some time with our grandson who is now nine months old.  He loves to play peek-a-boo.  He just loves to hide his face behind a blanket or object and then eagerly wait for us to ask, “Where’s William?”  When he hears those…

Sermon – Music Sunday

Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life.”  He also said, “I am the resurrection and the life.”  In Jesus, we do find life, abundant life, life that truly matters.  And it is because of the gift of new life we have already been given in Jesus that we come together to…

Sermon – Isaiah 6: 1-8

When I was serving my year of internship in the Fort Worth, Texas area and Trinity Sunday approached, my supervisor told me that I would be preaching on that day.  He said he always had his interns preach on Trinity Sunday.  The reason?  Well, it is not the most popular festival Sunday for preachers, a…

Sermon – Romans 8:22-27; Acts 2:1-21

The Spirit is a-moving and the activity of the moving Spirit is dangerous indeed!  Those who talk about wanting to feel God’s “sweet, sweet spirit in this place,” or those who say they are “spiritual but not religious” may need to question that thinking as we hear the words given to us today about the…