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Sermons (Page 3)

In the Holy Spirit

Belief seems to be like a Dr. Who quote these days–a wibbly wobbly, timey wimey thing. Whatever works, right? Whatever feels right. But Christians set down a few things they said they believed almost 2000 years ago–and we still recite those words today. Shared belief makes us different in a relativistic society. Often, though, we no […]

If You Believe

Belief seems to be like a Dr. Who quote these days–a wibbly wobbly, timey wimey thing. Whatever works, right? Whatever feels right. But Christians set down a few things they said they believed almost 2000 years ago–and we still recite those words today. Shared belief makes us different in a relativistic society. Often, though, we no […]

We Believe in God the Father Almighty

Belief seems to be like a Dr. Who quote these days–a wibbly wobbly, timey wimey thing. Whatever works, right? Whatever feels right. But Christians set down a few things they said they believed almost 2000 years ago–and we still recite those words today. Shared belief makes us different in a relativistic society. Often, though, we no […]

The Greatest of These is Love

Despite the Hallmark moments and insistence in sappy Christmas songs, Christmas is not for children. It’s kind of messy, sort of scary, and a lot of surprising, if  you read the gospels, which we’re going to start, right at Matthew 1. What does Jesus’ past have to tell us about his present and future for […]

Ten Ways to Cultivate Joy

Despite the Hallmark moments and insistence in sappy Christmas songs, Christmas is not for children. It’s kind of messy, sort of scary, and a lot of surprising, if you read the gospels, which we’re going to start, right at Matthew 1. What does Jesus’ past have to tell us about his present and future for […]

Wildfire

Despite the Hallmark moments and insistence in sappy Christmas songs, Christmas is not for children. It’s kind of messy, sort of scary, and a lot of surprising , if you read the gospels. What does Jesus’ past have to tell us about his present and future for us? This week: What Jesus birth has to […]

Releasing Shame, Retrieving Guilt

Despite the Hallmark moments and insistence in sappy Christmas songs, Christmas is not for children. It’s kind of messy, sort of scary, and a lot of surprising. If you read the gospels, which we’re going to start, right at Matthew 1, what does Jesus’ past have to tell us about his present and future for […]