November 28 2020
Sermon Date: November 29, 2020
Being a cracked-pot for God, the Master Potter who sees value in what His hands can make or repair for the times we live in. I refer to a Japanese art work of taking broken pottery and making something new and useful from the pieces. It’s called “Kintsugi” which you may google or check on Youtube for visual description.
November 21 2020
Sermon Date: November 22, 2020
The Message is based upon Psalm 95:1-7. Read and see the invitations to “come”. The action words “let us sing”, “let us shout”, “extol Him”. May we find our joy in singing the gospel through our actions to others that they may too find peace in the Lord during these troubled days.
November 14 2020
Sermon Date: November 15, 2020
The world is experiencing frontline fatigue because of Covid-19. Even people who don’t have the infection are fatigued by the constant demands to stay safe. We have no normal life right now. But God brings the gospel of peace through His Word; the life of an ever-living Saviour who gifts us an overcoming faith. Our daily immersion in His Word to pray, praise and give thanks equip us to meet the daily challenges.
November 7 2020
Sermon Date: November 8, 2020
Matthew 25:1-13 tells of wise and foolish people that are preparing or not to be the eternal bride of Christ. The invitations to the wedding feast in heaven continue to go out through you. Let us continue to be His children and betrothed while there is still time.
October 31 2020
Sermon Date: November 1, 2020
On All Saints Day we remember those family members and friends who have passed into glory. Their works of service to Jesus are complete and their rest is forever. They modeled Jesus in their life as do we that we may share a new hope with those around us.
The world’s people model many others such as athletes, rock stars, hollywood actors and actresses and the like.
What kind of person do you want to be? A Jesus kind of person or an worldly kind of person?
October 24 2020
Sermon Date: October 25, 2020
On October 31, 1517 a man named Martin Luther proclaimed to his church that authority exists only in God’s word by grace through faith. He was condemned for heresy against the Pope and excommunicated. But Luther’s writings urging people to seek God in their lives for full forgiveness ignited a firestorm that exists today. Yet, each day is a day of re-formation by God in our lives as we live a gospel witness for others.
October 17 2020
Sermon Date: October 18, 2020
What’s next? Well, here’s to the future; a new song to sing to the world!
Verses for you that I used in this broadcast are from the NIV, The Passion Translation and Easy-to-Read-Version, all on BibleGateway.com.
October 10 2020
Sermon Date: October 11, 2020
Matthew 22:1-14 gives us the right response to the wedding banquet of eternal life and the results of rejection of that invitation. The last of this gospel tell us of someone who tried to sneak into heaven dressed in their own clothing design of self-righteousness and the resultant action was condemnation and everlasting death.
Let’s check our attitude of how we’re dressed; in Jesus or the world!
October 3 2020
Sermon Date: October 4, 2020
Because of sin we have travail in disease, violence, war, hatred, prejudice, etc.
But Christ has resources for us in that he has conquered sin, death, and the devil. We avail ourselves of his grace, mercy, peace, comfort, love and hope and pass that gospel availing hope to others.
We will prevail as Christ promised and one day he will bring his bride the Church home to heaven.