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  • Ryan Sato

    Contributing sermons since Dec 12, 2004
Ryan's church

First Baptist Church Edmonton
edmonton *Province/Other , T5J1M1

About Ryan
  • Education: MA, DMin
  • Experience: Youth, worship and Associate Pastor in La Mirada, CA; Vancouver, BC and Lethbridge, AB
  • Family: Wife and 2 boys
  • Books that have had an impact: Henri Nouwen "In the Name of Jesus: Reflections on Leadership"
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Newest Sermons

  • Repentence, Rest And Reverberations

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon but challenges us to think about how we are living as the people of God and how we might shake up our thinking, our relationships, and our communities of faith. . . not just for “shaking’s” sake, but because God is prompting us.

  • "Joseph's Journey Of Redemption"

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2005
    based on 40 ratings

    Today’s sermon marks our final segment of the journey with Joseph. In Chapter 45, the redemption theme “comes together” and Joseph embraces the reality of what it looked like for redemption to happen in his own life and the lives of his family members.

  • God's Empowering Presence

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2005
    based on 12 ratings

    Today we will continue to be challenged and reminded of who the Holy Spirit is! Do we as the people of God know that we are not to do life without Him? We can do so many nice and moral activities in this life, but perhaps the deeper call is to move from

  • God's Upsidedown Courthouse: A Lesson In Faithfulness

    Contributed on May 4, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Today’s passage challenges us to think about the Christian discipline of prayer. How is your prayer life? How is our church prayer life? How do we measure a faithful prayer life? Jesus’ parable from Luke 18 offers us some freedom from guilt…and a call

  • Life After Easter: Bewildered Or Bewondered?

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2005
    based on 103 ratings

    After the resurrection, the followers of Jesus were in a harried state. Some of them were on the run, others were simply trying to make sense of what had happened. In the midst of our life circumstances, how does the Resurrected Christ make himself real