Growing up I loved watching epic hero films. I loved them so much that I would inevitably adopt the culture and lifestyle of the heroes and live it out in my daily life. When I first … Continue reading
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In this sermon I looked to 1 Peter 4:19 and hoped that we see that sometimes God permits suffering so that as we grab onto Jesus, we communicate to the World that God is good.
In this sermon, I tried to help our church family see that suffering is essential to the development of Biblical hope in Jesus. As Paul lays it out in Romans 5, if someone is walking in shame, then God’s plan … Continue reading
Over at 22Words, John Piper’s son Abraham’s site of wonderful aggregate cultural goodness, there is a post about 30 of the most misquoted lines in Western culture. One misquote that stands out is the line where Darth Vader reveals his … Continue reading
In this sermon, I wanted to make the argument that Christians suffer in the best way possible. The reason? Jesus Christ is sovereign over our suffering and able to work all things together for the good of those who love … Continue reading
In the last sermon of our Love Is series, I hoped to provide some practical advice on being a Christian married couple from Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians. Bottom Line: If you are not married, stop pursuing sex. If … Continue reading
In this sermon I hope to provide some helpful counsel on what it looks like to truly love those who hate you and try to persecute you. Jesus gives the best counsel in Matthew 5.
How do you love your gay neighbors? I don’t know completely, but I try to offer some counsel from Paul’s letter to the Ephesian church in chapter 4 and verse 15.
In the sermon above (which kicked off our 8-week series on Love that leads up to Easter) my goal was to help us define love through a careful examination of Biblical principles, theological vision, and a rich understanding of God and the Gospel. To … Continue reading
I get the question all the time from people, “How in the world do you minister to millennials?” This is a rather complicated question with an even more complicated and (honestly) incomplete answer. To begin to answer this question, let … Continue reading