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Sermons (Page 3)

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 […]

Gratitude for Those Who Oppose Us

What? Who does that?  With a World Series in the bag and election day around the corner, it seems a perfect time to be asking–what does God say about how we deal with the obstacles in our lives, especially when they are other human beings? How opposition can be a good thing, how we can respond […]

You Had One Job (Gratitude for Our Past)

There is one word in Scripture that God commands over and over, in practically every book. I guess he knew we would have a hard time with this one. This week, we’re going to look at hands-on ways to remember what God has done for us and use that to find peace in the present.

How Do We Know It’s True?

There are a lot of claims to truth out there. There are even more claims that there is no truth (which is, in itself, a claim to truth). How do we know what and whom to trust? Are there filters available to help us determine if something is true and helpful? Why does it make […]