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God chose Saul to be His instrument to play the symphony of His love, but not just Paul – we’re all in God’s orchestra. To see the Monday Evening SonRise…
The narrative that begins in Leviticus chapter 8 with the ordination of Aaron and his sons continues into chapter 9 without interruption. The inaugural service in the newly constructed Tabernacle…

No Doubt About It!

April 28, 2019
When the risen Lord Jesus appeared to His disciples on Easter Sunday evening, His first words to them were “Peace be with you.” Thomas missed it. But a week later,…
Leviticus chapter 8 tells the story of the consecration of the priesthood. The ritual of ordination lasts for seven days. Aaron and his sons are not consecrated by a single…

Signs of Spring

April 21, 2019
The signs of Spring are everywhere. The birds are singing. Squirrels are chasing each other. The buds on the trees are showing up. The grass is changing from dull brown…
We are watching and waiting as we listen to the Word of God. In the early church, catechumens spent the forty days of Lent preparing to receive the sacrament of…
We continue our Lenten series, “Guilt by Association,” as we see the consequence of our guilt: The Son of God, suffering and dying on a cross. And yet, in this…

Guilt by Evidence

April 18, 2019
This evening our Lord Jesus takes us back to “the night in which He was betrayed,” when He spoke those simple words to His disciples, “Take and eat, this is…
Leviticus chapter 8 tells the story of the consecration of the priesthood. In significant ways the rite of ordination for the high priest is different from the rite of ordination…
OK, so how do we actually share Christ with those around us? How do we communicate His love so people will hear it? How do we break the ice to…

What Does the Lord Need?

April 14, 2019
THE TITLE FOR TODAY’S SERMON IS: “What Does the Lord Need?” What do you get for the person who has everything? What if that person is God? What does He…

Leviticus chapter eight narrates the liturgical rituals by which Moses ordained Aaron as the first High Priest, and his sons as the first priests. How can Moses ordain all the…

Colossians

April 7, 2019
Lesson 5: Spiritually Full We will go deeper into the mystery of Jesus’ incarnation and what does it mean for the average Christian. Paul has some words for us, that…

Why Would God Do That?

April 7, 2019
Today Jesus tells another parable that makes you wonder. The owner of the vineyard sends his servants to collect his portion of the harvest, but the tenants beat them up…
We continue our mid-week Lenten sermon series “Guilt by Association.” As we continue reading through the Passion narrative in Saint Luke’s Gospel, this week we consider how Jesus’ trials before…

Colossians

March 31, 2019
Lesson 4: The Mystery of God Last week we did a deep dive on Christians suffering because of our faith. Today, Paul explains why he spent so much time suffering…

Prodigal

March 31, 2019
Being the oldest in my family, I can sympathize with the older son in the parable of the Prodigal Son. The first born is usually prone to following the rules…
We continue our mid-week Lenten sermon series “Guilt by Association.” As we continue reading through the Passion narrative in Saint Luke’s Gospel, this week we consider how Jesus’ trial before…

Colossians

March 24, 2019
Lesson 3: Suffering Servant As the Apostle Paul makes a case for the sufficiency of Christ to the Christians of Colossi, he gives them his credentials to back up his…

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