Paul brings us through the idea of Jesus modifying what was known to the tracks Jesus lays for people. Based on Mat. 8:23-27. March 8, 2020
Paul speaks about community, diversity and small beginnings. Draws on John 20 – 23. If we do not understand certain foundations about how we read or tell God’s story we may miss out on getting a full picture.
In this Book of Acts sermon series, Paul Lapsley concludes the series with a central message of living out the kingdom of God beyond the cross. While exploring Acts 28:11-31 Paul provides a wonderful analogy of being stuck at the cross while hoping for a heaven bound journey and being stuck looking into a small […]
Everyday in our lives we are presented with choices. Choices to love or choices to do harm. But through it all, God’s kingdom is all around us. In our everyday journey. When we give a glass of water to someone who is thirsty, when we smile at someone who is hurting, when we yell at […]
We all are found wanting. Waiting. Longing for and hoping. Every human being. But modern Western traditions of Christmas was not born out of a celebration of the messiah, but rather from a story of charity that morphed into a cultural, commercial and religious phenomenon. In this sermon, Wayne walks us through this cultural context […]