Contributing sermons since Dec 20, 2005
Contributed on Feb 28, 2015
We all hate being interrupted. But many of the most important moments in Jesus' ministry were the result of interruptions, such as when a bleeding woman interrupted him on the way to heal Jarius daughter. We can learn from Jesus example.
Contributed on Feb 16, 2015
Examining Psalm 51, we see the pattern of Confession, Pardon, and Re-Creation (CPR) at work in David's life, and still effective for us today through the work of Jesus Christ. Preached on Ash Wednesday as an introduction to the season of Lent
Contributed on Jun 29, 2009
A message to bring hope to those who are in difficult marriages and those who have been touched by the pain of divorce.
Contributed on Nov 8, 2006
In a predominantly Gentile church, it’s easy to forget how important Jesus’ jewishness is to his mission as savior and Lord. This message explores his Jewish roots and shows how God’s purposes are fulfilled by our very Jewish messiah. Special emphasis on
Contributed on Dec 20, 2005
The scene of Aslan romping with Susan and Lucy reminds us that God created us for an abundant and joyful life.