In this sermon, we consider the meaning of healing (as opposed to cure). What does true healing and wholeness look like beyond physical illness? Where can we invite Jesus’ healing into other areas of life and how do we respond to that healing?
This sermon explores the art of a sincere apology in a culture with a “sorry, not sorry” mentality. It considers the role of saying “I’m sorry” in our journeys of faith.
This sermon continues in the sermon series on lessons from childhood games that relate to adult life and faith. Today we explore the simple game of Follow the Leader and think about what it means to be a good follower, not just a good leader.
This is the start of a sermon series exploring how games we learn from childhood teach us rules and lessons about life in this world. This first in the series explores the game of Telephone, in honor of the annual celebration of Pentecost where the church received God’s spirit as one unified messages. How do we hear one word of God, but make it our own? (NOTE: This was also Confirmation Sunday in our church, which plays into the sermon themes)
This sermon explores what we do with God’s grace. If we accept that we have been given this incredible gift, how do we live with that in day-to-day real life?