February 13 2021
Sermon Date: February 14, 2021
Transfiguration story of Jesus: Mark 9:2-8. Jesus reveals Himself in this pre-Easter event that the disciples may be energized to more devotion to the task at hand.
Transformation has the same meaning as transfiguration; metamorphosis (great change). St. Paul describes this action in Romans 12:2 and 2 Corinthians 5:16-17.
February 6 2021
Sermon Date: February 7, 2021
The basis for this message is Isaiah 40:28-31:
“Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the whole earth. He never becomes faint or weary; there is no limit to his understanding. He gives strength to the faint and strengthens the powerless. Youths may become faint and weary, and young men stumble and fall, but those who trust in the Lord will renew their strength; they will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not become weary, they will walk and not faint.”
January 30 2021
Sermon Date: January 31, 2021
Mark 1:21-28: Jesus’ first miracle is casting a demon out and amazing the crowd with His power, teaching and authority. Jesus offers grace and hope to a devil embattled world and He equips all of us, the Church to do likewise
January 23 2021
Sermon Date: January 24, 2021
The Gospel reading is Mark 1:16-20 and I have based three main principles upon it:
January 16 2021
Sermon Date: January 17, 2021
A discovery of the presence of God every day in your life reveals a love, a hope, a forgiveness, and a plan to give Christ to the people who are hurting, anxiou, and suffering.
January 9 2021
Sermon Date: January 10, 2021
The Master Key that unlocks the full life with God is discovered in Jesus; His birth, life, death, burial, resurrection and promises to be with us always to the end of the age.
January 2 2021
Sermon Date: January 3, 2021
Being a “grace-place” is being different from the world but being willing to share the Jesus kind of love and compassion for all people.
Have a Blessed and Happy New Year!!!
December 26 2020
Sermon Date: December 27, 2020
We have great hope and great expectations for 2021 as a year for God to guide us into the gospel witness to reveal the treasure of heaven, Christ Jesus. May we finish 2020 in the love of God praying for others and sharing Jesus in the many ways we are gifted and the talents God has given us.
December 23 2020
Sermon Date: December 25, 2020
Comparing our broken world today with COVID-19 and other issues to Charles Dickens book, “A Christmas Carol” we use scripture promises from the “Spirit of Christmas Past”; Old Testament writings, and the “Spirit of Christmas Present” in the New Testament story of the birth of Jesus and how the church is to relate to one another, and the “Spirit of Christmas Future” in the epistle writings of the New Testament that point us to a future with God in heaven.