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Threshold of Transformation

24 Feb, 2020


The story of the transfiguration (Matthew 17:1-13) of Jesus is highly symbolic and metaphorical. Our first clue as to what is going to happen is the mountain. Jesus takes three of his disciples, Peter, James and John, up a mountain, which...

Living on Purpose

17 Feb, 2020


In 1 Corinthians 3, Paul compares himself to a wise architect who has laid a foundation each person to build upon. What they would build on it would be up to them. But, he says, keep in mind that the strength and integrity of what you build...

Suffering Servant Leader

10 Feb, 2020


This is the last in a series on the four “Servant Songs” in Isaiah. Before we dive into the last servant song, known as the "Suffering Servant," allow me to begin with some historical context for these four songs. The book of Isaiah is broken...

Listening Servant Leader

03 Feb, 2020


This is the third in a sermon series on the four “Servant Songs” in Isaiah. The first was gentleness, the second was strength through integrity, today we’ll talk about listening and next week we’ll talk about how suffering plays into all of...

Strong Servant Leader

20 Jan, 2020


This is the second in a four part series on the four passages in the book of Isaiah that have been dubbed “The Servant Songs.” Ironically enough, the “servant” is truly a leader. In fact, they were a whole community of Leaders, as the passages...

Gentle Servant Leader

13 Jan, 2020


Within the Old Testament book of Isaiah there are four passages that have been dubbed “The Servant Songs.” Ironically enough, the servant songs define a true leader in God’s eyes. For my next four sermons I will explore these passages as a...

Follow the Light

06 Jan, 2020


The story of Epiphany, of magi following a star and seeking hope in the form of a new king, is more than the cute scene that Christmas pageants and Christmas cards have turned it into. It is not as simple as the light of God bursting into human...

Pregnant with Love

23 Dec, 2019


The scripture leading up to Christmas focus on the pregnancy of Mary. And on this fourth Sunday in Advent, we are celebrating Love. Putting the two together, Mary was pregnant with Love… Love that began as a baby and eventually took the form of...

Through the Eyes of Children

16 Dec, 2019


Yesterday was our children's Christmas Pageant. Afterwards I asked everyone how they felt after watching it and they responded: happy, proud, joyful, and thankful. I was so glad that no one said bored or annoyed, or that they were just glad it...

A Net of Hope

09 Dec, 2019


In Isaiah we once again we find ourselves with the prophet in the midst of a war-torn land where lives have been lost and homes have been destroyed. Loss, grief, heartache, anger, pain, fear, despair, loneliness, joblessness, aimlessness must...

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