Back in January 2020, I preached a whole sermon series on “What We Got Wrong”… specifically talking about scriptures that have been misinterpreted down through the ages. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, none of the sermons got recorded. But the week that we discussed “what we got wrong” about DOMINATION was one of my most… Read More
SERMON: An Economy of CREATION
Creation instead of consumption. This is what we will consider next in our sermon series exploring God’s economy, and how we can build a Kingdom Economy through this great awakening that is happening during these pandemic times. Listen to the sermon here: An Economy of CREATION
SERMON: A New Economy of “JUSTICE”
Continuing in the sermon series where we consider God’s Economy and how that might be different that the economy we have moved away from during these pandemic times, this is part 5 in the series where we consider the idea of JUSTICE. What might a new economy based on justice instead of retribution look like?… Read More
SERMON: Claim Your Inheritance
“Throughout all of these messages is woven this key ideal: that we are to give our first fruits to God – to live with loyalty and faithfulness.” Read More
SERMON: An Epic Battle
“It is hard to stay in tension – even good tension. But it may just be that the interplay between faith and works, grace and law, covenant and gospel is what keeps our faith active.” Read More
Sermon: Reaping Peace
“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to one another.”
– Mother Theresa Read More
SERMON: Metaphors Are Tricky
“How do you feel when I say:
– a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
– the black sheep of the family?
– Mary had a little lamb?
– a lamb to the slaughter?
Each of these images bringes about a slightly different emotion. That is why metaphors are tricky; they are colored by the perceptions (and misperceptions) that we bring to them.” Read More