Today we heard the story of Jesus’ baptism. Why is baptism so important? We take the time to explore the importance of this sacrament and how it is “tied” to Jesus. I had the most moving encounter that brought this truth home to me this past week.
We in the church celebrate this thing called Epiphany right after Christmas. Listen in as I describe what an epiphany is and how it can change your life.
We are still in the season of Christmas and we hear two stories about children in the Bible. These stories and stories like them point to a larger reality. Also the descriptions of Samuel and Jesus help us move forward in 2019.
I am reminded of the last line of the first verse of “O Little Town of Bethlehem” where Christ meets us in both our hopes and our fears. Merry Christmas and God bless you!
Today (on the last day of Advent) we finish the sermon series on “Getting Ready for the Holidays”! Just in time! What is the last thing on our list to get ready for the holidays (and our spiritual growth)? Listen and find out!
We continue on in our Advent journey as we get ready for the holidays. After we clean up and stock up…what’s next? Listen in and find out! Oh and another round of Family Feud!
We begin this Advent season with a sermon series about getting ready for Christmas. The same things we do to prepare to have company at Christmas we can do spiritually to get ready for Jesus. Oh and we play Family Feud too!
As the title states, I am not really sure we want what Jesus offers. If that sounds unbelievable, listen in and decide for yourselves. Is it possible that Jesus knows what we need more than we do? I think so.
Today’s message is a companion to last week’s message regarding loving your enemy. We are hard wired to judge others. Maybe we need a software update. Jesus gives us a reason to pause and evaluate. This is not about salvation but an important lesson in living out our faith.