New Sermon Series: Micah

If people claim to love, worship, and obey God, that’s supposed to show itself in their lives. They should be different. They should be good. But sometimes people who claim to love God are obviously hypocrites. A few are headline-worthy, but many just get on with low-level prejudice, greed, and discrimination. Does God care about … More New Sermon Series: Micah

New Sermon Series: Titus

Churches go wrong. Unhelpful teaching and unhealthy leadership provide the growing conditions for toxic cultures and for members whose lives and characters are unchanged by what is supposed to be a life-changing faith. Is that your experience of churches? It easily could be, but it shouldn’t be. The Apostle Paul’s short letter to his apprentice, … More New Sermon Series: Titus

New Sermon Series: Genesis 37-50

Three Sundays taking a bird’s eye look at the story of Joseph, the technicolor teenager who went through slavery and prison on the way to saving the world, and Judah, his selfish opportunistic half-brother who turned from sin to step into self-sacrificial leadership that reminds us of Jesus.

New Sermon Series: Jonah

What do you think ‘the God of the Old Testament’ is like? That phrase often seems to be used as shorthand for a God who is stern, harsh, judgmental, dangerous, angry, even bigoted. If that’s what we think then we’ve been fooled! The short story of Jonah shows a God who rules his creation, who … More New Sermon Series: Jonah

New Sermon Series: John

So 2020 wasn’t a vintage year. Here’s hoping that in 2021 we can get back to normal. Then again ‘normal’ isn’t always all we would want it to be. C.S. Lewis once said that if we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we … More New Sermon Series: John