Lent Sermon

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The nature of our faith – sermon from 2/28/2021


In worship we heard stories of the faith of our predecessors and the reminders of God’s presence in the unchangeable truth of God’s Word, Jesus. Our faith comes not by nurturing it, but by uncovering the faith already present. In our Genesis reading we heard the story of Abram who becomes Abraham and the promise […]

Can these bones live? Sermon from 3/29/2020


In worship today, on the third consecutive day of online-only worship, we continued our journey through Lent and the Fifth Sunday in Lent. Paul’s letter to the Romans reminds us that we are connected to God through the saving work of Christ, who brings the reminder of the Holy Spirit who animates us for ministry. […]

Consequences are not punishment – sermon from 3/22/2020


In worship today (which you can catch at the link below), we celebrated the 4th Sunday in Lent, also known as Laetare Sunday, a Sunday of celebration in Lent. We were reminded that God sent Jesus to bring life and sustenance for those who trust in God and Jesus. Our Epistle from Ephesians served as […]

God’s providence is not magic – sermon from 3/15/2020


Our reading from Exodus spoke almost directly to the situation today. Moses had just been given manna from heaven to feed the Israelites and now they were grumbling about the lack of water. God, in a very simple way, sent Moses ahead to strike the rock to let the water that was already there out […]