How do we bring heaven to earth? The Lord’s Prayer invites us to a conversation over bread, debts, and temptation.
A sermon series in Advent that looks closely at the Lord’s Prayer.
How do you read a psalm? If the Psalms are Spiritual food as we journey with the ache, then how do we learn to learn to feast on what they offer? This sermon looks at Psalm 42 and Lectio Divina.
How do we read the Bible? What if we viewed the as a revolutionary script?
This sermon continues our series on the psalms and explores Psalm 8.
This sermon continues our series on the psalms and looks closely at Psalm 103.
Do you journey with the ache? Have you experienced seasons of confusion and chaos? This sermon looks at the Psalms of disorientation.
In 1620, a group of English Protestants, called Puritans boarded the Mayflower. Over one hundred men, women, and children left their homeland and crossed the Atlantic Ocean in the hopes of a better future. Puritans were people who journeyed with the ache. We all journey with the ache. Where do we find hope and renewal…
Psalm 150 Praise the Lord! Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty firmament! Praise him for his mighty deeds; praise him according to his surpassing greatness! Praise him with trumpet sound; praise him with lute and harp! Praise him with tambourine and dance; praise him with strings and pipe! Praise him with…
Do you want to be free? Rabbi Jesus invites us to ‘Grow Trees’ (Matthew 20:20-28). We grow trees by paying attention to the relationships around us. Paying attention leads to the actions of planting, watering, mulching, and pruning.
Do you want to be free? What’s freedom have to do with mirrors, snowflakes, valentines, and pennies? Watch at your own risk? This sermon wrestles with Matthew 5:43-48.
Do you want to be free? Rabbi Jesus calls us to the practice of forgiveness. Through a prayer (Matthew 6:12), Peter’s question (Matthew 18:21-22), and a parable (Matthew 18:23-33) we are challenged to forgive. But, how do we forgive amidst the reality of bruises, cuts, and breaks? Listen at your own risk.