We move forward into chapter 4 of Galatians. Sometimes we don’t open the gift that was given in love. The gift was given but the benefits aren’t realized until it is opened!
This is week 2 of our sermon series on Pastor Paul’s letter to the Galatians. He lets us know that he not only talks the talk on grace but walks it as well. We are asked to do the same for Jesus!
We begin a new sermon in the letter Saint Paul wrote to the church in Galatia. We often want to add requirements the free gift that Jesus offers all. We spend the next 6 weeks getting ready for Easter by going back to the basics. At the end of the message is a wonderful song performed by Robby Wingfield.
We continue the story of Queen Esther and we see that the first dinner party ends with Haman getting upset and King Xerxes suffering from insomnia. There are lessons to be learned from Esther, Haman and Xerxes. We can grow from this story!
We continue on in the sermon series in Esther and we hear about the plot to kill all the Jews of Persia. Queen Esther is confronted with a dilemma. Does she play it safe or risk it all?
We turn to the book Esther for the next several weeks. In chapter 1 and 2 we discover what not to be like or even aspire to as a leader in King Xerxes.
As we step into the new year, we we are invited into something amazing. Listen in as we explore one of my favorite chapters of the Bible: Isaiah 55. This is another team project that includes a song sung by Robby Wingfield within the podcast.
We begin this message with a secular Christmas song sung by Bruce Ewing and accompanied by Philip Fortenberry. This unconventional song for Christmas worship reflects the unconventional year we have all experienced.
We continue our Advent journey towards Bethlehem and we are ready to pack another item for our trip: joy. This essential quality in our lives can be grown so that we may thrive…even in times of trouble.
We enter into the second week of Advent and we are packing for Bethlehem. We are packing light by packing peace and getting rid of resentment.