New Day Sermon Advent 3 The prophet Isaiah offered the promise of the Messiah to be the “Prince of Peace.” How does this prince bring us peace into our lives?
New Day Sermon advent 1 With a story by Cynthia Rylant entitled “For Being Good”, as the foundation of the sermon, we explore our relationships and how Jesus always invites us to strive for greater depth and connection with those we love.
New Day Sermon Christ the king sunday Today we celebrate the church festival that points to Christ as king. Most of us have never met a king, so what should we expect to see with Christ the king?
New Day Sermon Pentecost 23 Many variables affect our perception, and influence how we interpret our visual and auditory surroundings. Knowing God offers no guarantee of peace. But, it is an open invitation to be teachable in the moment.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 25 A modest glitch in our recording software lost two minutes of the sermon introduction. The introduction simply set the table for why this pastor loves when the story of the Widow of Zarepheth shows up as one of the assigned lessons for a Sunday service in stewardship. The sermon picks…
New Day Sermon All Saints’ Sunday Life is filled with questions. Some we are begging to be asked about, and some that are harder to put to words. All Saints’ Sunday is a good day for to ask questions about life and death.
New Day Sermon Reformation Sunday Memes are a good way of telling stories…so here’s a few to tell the story of sin, salvation, and God’s hope for you.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 21 Jesus hears what you ask, but wonders if you know who you’re asking. God’s goodness is incomparable. When your faith isn’t strong, your answers/choices incorrect, don’t give up and walk away, defeated.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 20 We know it happens in life. Things break. Relationships, hearts, treasures–they all break. So what do we do when things break? And what does God want from us?