Sermons by Adam Marshall-Lopez
Israel has come to a dark period with little to hope for. But God speaks an incredible new promise, assuring them that the story is not over.
This Sunday’s text invites us to dream about possibilities and what can happen when we come together fully and completely in Christian community. None of us are alone on this journey of faith. When we come together as the body of Christ, we can do all things through the power of the One who gives us strength.
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 first Sunday after Easter, we may still be absorbing the wonder of Jesus’ resurrection – or perhaps, like Thomas, we want more certainty.
This Sunday we enter the season of Lent and our Jesus Christ Superstar series with the opening song, “Heaven on Their Minds.” This song critiques Jesus and the disciples, and while it is from Judas’ perspective, it is also very much from “the outside looking in.” Our scriptures for this Sunday echo a similar perspective.
This final Sunday in our series on reading the Bible, we turn to the final book of the New Testament: Revelation. Adam Marshall-Lopez, our Candidate for Ministry, brings our message this Sunday, asking important questions about how we read this controversial letter in modern times.
This week closes out our series on Job with reconciliation, redemption, and restoration. And these don’t necessarily look the way we expect them to…
Continuing this Sunday, pastors and leaders respond to questions submitted by congregation members. Pastor Bob and Pastor Christopher are joined by our own Adam Marshall-Lopez in exploring Questions of Faith.
This Sunday we continue our Healing Hands series. Adam Marshall-Lopez asks “Are we drawing a crowd?” What did that mean for Jesus? What does it mean in our complex world today?
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.