The idea for this series came from an Elder and Deacon meeting where I asked for sermon suggestions and ideas. Jesus’ simple and clear instruction to love your neighbor as yourself has the potential to lead our world toward peace, but it is not always easy to follow.
Begins June 5: Do you sometimes feel like you are overstretched, overbooked and about to snap? Our lives can sometimes overwhelm us with our busyness. The old psalm, “Be still and know God,” invites us to a place where we can begin to reorient our lives.
This set of sermons is inspired by the beautiful gospel hymn, “My Life Flows On.” The chorus concludes: No storm can shake my inmost calm while to that Rock I’m clinging.Since Love is Lord of heaven and earth, how can I keep from singing? The hymn text points toward the …
The last words from the cross demand our attention. “Forgive them,” Jesus prays. Another who is being crucified calls out to Jesus, “Remember me.” In pain and agony our Lord demands, “My God, why?” The last words of the cross remind us of the very human desires to be forgiven …
A sermon series focused on helping you renew your heart, soul and mind for the new year. Jan. 10Finding Your Way to a New YouRevelations 21:1-5 Jan. 17Developing Faith Under PressureJames 1: 2-18 Jan. 24Here is Your LifeColossians 3: 12-17
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