John 2:1-12 Day 1: “I’m not the Messiah, but he’s coming.” Day 2: “There he is!” Day 3: “There he is again!” … Andrew, John and Peter follow. Day 4: Philip and Nathanael follow. Day 6: Wedding in Cana Divine Man Walking From lacking to abundant From common to extraordinary From ceremonial to tangible From … Continue reading Devine Man Walking: Jesus through the eyes of John, Part 2
God pours his lavish love on us so that we will share it with others.
In the world, re-gifting has a negative connotation. But as Christians, we apprehend more of God's gift when we re-gift it to others.
Luke 8:26-39 I Peter 2:9 Matthew 5:14-16 Acts 1:8
On the Sunday before Thanksgiving and one on which three people are baptized, this sermon reminds us that those who have put their trust in Christ have a place at God's family table. Come hungry and with a desire to be filled.
As many discuss putting the Christ back in Christmas, this sermon encourages us to put our relationship with Christ back as the foundation of all that we do.
Psalm 34 Hunger Sense of value Hope Parents Vision for economic enterprise Discipleship via video conferencing Diversely talented help Sponsors and mentors Conviction that it’s time
How do we respond to the storms of life? Emanuel Mihaiu, church member and former pastor in Romania, draws lessons from the different reactions of disciples in three of the gospels when a storm came up on the Sea of Galilee. Mark 4:35-41
Jesus asks us to trade the temporal things that we value for the eternal things of the kingdom of God. But sometimes we romanticize what it means to follow Him. For you, what are those things that, though they are costly, should be "just lentil stew" compared with the riches of God's kingdom that are … Continue reading Just Lentil Stew 2