A sermon that hears Jesus proclaiming “I came not to be served but to serve” as a life giving epitaph with the a story bringing someone a cup of coffee.
A sermon that reminds us how the gifts of God and blessing of God come when we least expect it and need it most, especially through wisdom, knowledge, wine, and sharing pie.
A sermon that reminds us, especially during the time of COVID, that we are sealed in the Holy Spirit by Baptism and marked as Christ’s own forever.
A sermon that holds exhort and rejoice in tension as we prepare of the coming of Christ by never forgetting and sharing the presence of Christ.
A sermon that challenges an understanding of the word provoke with the strength under control that is humility within the encouragement of the prayer of self-dedication.
A sermon that closes a 12 week guest preaching relationship by looking at how the congregation gave the preacher loving space that helped all hear and learn more deeply of God’s inviting love.
A sermon that proclaims faith as the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen in the amazing grace that moved both Bartimaeus and John Newton to be able to claim “I was blind but now I see.”
How Well Can You See Your Story: A practice for being on the dance floor while observing action from the balcony.
We don’t learn from experience; we learn from reflection on experience. Exploring listening through essays and videos.
Resources to support a group of people as they gather with a willing expectation intimately to share the love of God.