Sermons from July 2017

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Kingdom Talk, Let’s Get to Work: Pentecost VIII


Message: 1 Kings 3:5-12; Psalm 119:129-136; Romans 8:26-39; Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52 Earlier this week, a radio commentator announced that he was going to air his show in the morning and again at night because, he said, “we have a lot to talk about lately.” He’s right. We do have a lot to talk about. With tension more »

The Mystery of Good & Evil: Pentecost VII


As God in Christ works in our good and our evil, we’re held accountable; and God confronts us with the ordeal of waiting and then judgment. What are we to do in such a quandary? Let anyone with ears listen, the gospel writer advises. Trust in our God in Christ. Stay deep in God’s Word; constant in prayer and commitment to community.

Holy Harvest: Pentecost VI


Message: Isaiah 55:10-13; Psalm 65:(1-8), 9-14; Romans 8:1-11; Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 Years ago, a beloved friend introduced me to gardening. She is a highly awarded and accomplished gardener yielding thirty, sixty and one hundredfold.   Over the years she’s worked the soil, planted and re-planted until her garden has become a sanctuary of perfect harmony and more »