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
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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 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.
Thanksgiving is a strange time in America, for it affords many Americans an opportunity to practice spiritual disciplines without knowing that these are spiritual disciplines in the first place. During Thanksgiving Americans will slow down, pause, reflect, and command our souls … Continue reading
In this sermon I was trying to address the question that I hear asked by our church family friends: “Is it wrong for me to force Jesus on my kids?” Many of our friends grew up in homes where they had a … Continue reading