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Sermons by Jill Richardson (Page 9)

Seriously, Jesus?

A lot of people these days say they love Jesus but hate the church. Which makes me wonder–how much do we as the church really know Jesus? Who was Jesus, to the people who encountered him? If we  met him for the first time, what would we see? How would we feel? How can we […]

I Love Jesus But…

A lot of people these days say they love Jesus but hate the church. Which makes me wonder–how much do we as the church really know Jesus? Who was Jesus, to the people who encountered him? If we  met him for the first time, what would we see? How would we feel? How can we […]

Respect

Can I Check Your ID? What does God say will identify his people? How does our identity in Jesus mark our role in this world? How can living into our true identity give us solid footing when life’s decisions are overwhelming?

Good Family Genes

Can I Check Your ID? What does God say will identify his people? How does our identity in Jesus mark our role in this world? How can living into our true identity give us solid footing when life’s decisions are overwhelming?

If we are resurrection people, we should live differently. That’s not simply in a moral sense but in an attitude toward life that is unflinchingly trusting, because we know the other side of the tomb is empty. This week–Jesus enables us to Choose the Power We’ll Live In. Looking forward to seeing you there.

Rebuild | All Walls Fall

A long time ago there was a man named Nehemiah who was distressed upon learning that his city was in shambles. He was far from home and desperately wanted to return and rebuild the wall to his city. Though it was a risky, bold, and difficult endeavor, he did just that. The wall was rebuilt, […]

Rebuild | Nehemiah’s First Law of Motion

A long time ago there was a man named Nehemiah who was distressed upon learning that his city was in shambles. He was far from home and desperately wanted to return and rebuild the wall to his city. Though it was a risky, bold, and difficult endeavor, he did just that. The wall was rebuilt, […]