Contributing sermons since Jun 17, 2020
Contributed on Dec 25, 2020
This sermon gives us an understanding of why we have no reason to fear the future.
1st Sunday After Christmas The Flight to Egypt Matthew 2: 1-23 The story of countless innocent babies being murdered is how the Christmas story ends. We often don't include that as part of the Christmas reading or Christmas plays because it just wouldn't fit. We'd rather not think ...read more
Contributed on Dec 23, 2020
This is a Christmas Eve sermon that shows us how Jesus will test our faithfulness
Christmas Eve No Room at the Inn I would like to share a story with you that comes from Westminster Presbyterian Church in Trenton, New Jersey, about a little boy in their Sunday school program named Wally. Now, Wally was kind of big for his age of nine years old. He was kind of a slow learner, ...read more
Contributed on Dec 18, 2020
This sermon shows how miracles happen. This is a brief meditation that could also be used for a Blue Christmas service or for Christmas Eve.
Every year during the Advent season, advertisers and retailers will frequently used the expression, “The magic of Christmas.” Well, the kind of Christmas magic that they're talking about is a trick that retailers play on us that makes our money disappear. The true Christmas is not about magic. ...read more
Contributed on Dec 17, 2020
The incarnation of Jesus Christ is a miracle that profoundly effects our everyday life.
There’s a pastor by the name of Casey Zack who related a story about a woman in his congregation, a Mrs. Alex. For the past 10 years Mrs. Alex was in charge of putting on and directing the children's Christmas Pageant. Every year something always went wrong. She cast her son, Blake, in the ...read more
Contributed on Jun 17, 2020
Most of Jesus’ parables are aimed at telling us about the kingdom of heaven or what it will be like when that kingdom arrives.
Most of Jesus’ parables are aimed at telling us about the kingdom of heaven or what it will be like when that kingdom arrives. Now this passage begins with the phrase, “At that time, the kingdom of heaven will be like,” and then he goes on to describe a scene from a very typical Jewish wedding at ...read more