how often

a sermon for the Second Sunday in Lent, Luke 13:31-35 Jesus was not here to play games. The Pharisees, if not the enemy up to this point, were at the very least the “home team” when it came to the Jewish religious authority of the day to Jesus’ controversial upstart underdog movement. That fact notwithstanding, … Continue reading how often


the devil is real

a sermon for the first sunday of Lent, preached at the 5:30pm and 8am services The devil is real. The devil is not fiction or fantasy. The devil is also not a red demon with forked tongue and pitchfork. The devil is a very real part of our existence and the devil is not shy … Continue reading the devil is real

last sunday after epiphany (transfiguration)

Luke 9:28-36 I preach about Jesus Christ a lot. On one hand, not that surprising. We are a Christian Church. Jesus Christ is the foundation of our faith. We sing songs about Jesus’ love from childhood through adolescence and into adulthood. If you identify as a Christian, then you (hopefully) think about Jesus Christ, think … Continue reading last sunday after epiphany (transfiguration)