Sermons on 1 Samuel
This week, our own Adam Marshall-Lopez examines an troubling question of faith: how could 1 Samuel attribute an “evil spirit” as coming from God? Or does it actually say that?
This Sunday we conclude our conversations about community. Pastor Bob returns as we explore how we can bring our own uniqueness into creating community, and the importance of doing so!
This Sunday we continue our conversations about community. Adam Marshall-Lopez brings Sunday’s message, exploring the storytelling that forms our sacred text and our own lives.
This Sunday we continue our conversations about community. Samuel has grown old and the people have become discontented with his leadership. But is what they’re asking what they really want or need?
This Sunday we continue our conversations about community. The story of Samuel’s call in the temple helps us to think about the importance of community in unusual circumstances.
Join us as we continue our exploration of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral through God’s generous gift of reason.
This Sunday we explore the story of Hannah, a prayerful and faithful woman who would raise a king.
In this concluding sermon in the series on Questioning God, Pastor Bob explores the theological concept of “theodicy” with the question, “Why does God let bad things happen?”