We continue Paul’s letter with a reminder that the gifts of the Spirit cannot be recalled or undone. Paul’s reminds us that the covenant with Abraham extends to all of Abraham’s descendants.
This Sunday we begin a new short series that explores Romans 10-12 and three steps we might consider as people of faith.
This Sunday we conclude our series “The Apostles Tale.” To watch/hear previous sermons from this series, click here. In this closing sermon in the series, we transition from an appropriate conversation about our duties as persons of faith to care for the marginalized and the underprivileged (as Jesus reminds us to care for the hungry…
This Sunday, Pastor Christopher will build on last week’s teaching on “suffering with Christ” with the recognition of the difficulty of seeing the breadth of suffering in our world today.
Continuing our series, The Apostle’s Tale, we explore the problem of selfishness and examine how we might turn more toward the Divine in hope.
This Sunday we begin a new series that parallels Paul’s letter to the church of Rome alongside Margaret Atwood’s novel, The Handmaid’s Tale – a disturbingly dystopian vision of religion and power gone toxic.
This Sunday of the series wraps up the story of Abraham and Sarah and turns to the story of Isaac. Are all the problems over? What is the legacy left behind?
This Sunday we near the end of our sermon series from Genesis and the Revised Common Lectionary called From Chaos to Community. If last Sunday’s scripture was difficult to reconcile, this week’s continuation of Abraham’s story is even more challenging. This week we wrestle with the difficult story that is generously – if somewhat misleadingly – known…
Separation can be intensely hard. When separation takes place, it can feel as though the world is ending. Where is God in these times?
Our text this week brings about many images of camping and hospitality and laughter and pregnancy.