Sermon Series
  • 1. Whoville: I Am A Disciple

    Contributed on Jan 6, 2019

    This message looks at what it means to be called a disciple

    Back in November the worship team introduced the song “Who You Say I Am”, maybe you remember. And as the team was singing, I had an epiphany. An epiphany is defined as: a moment of sudden revelation or insight. And maybe epiphany is a little strong but considering that many Christians celebrate more

  • 2. Whoville, You Are A Victor

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2019

    This message looks at the fact that the Bible says we are victors and gives some examples of what that means.

    He had lived through the war and the war had shaped who he was. It had also shaped how he saw others. In particular, it shaped his view of the Japanese. Between Pearl Harbour and the war that followed he had very little time or use for those who called Japan their home. But in 1953 that more

  • 3. Whoville, I Am God's Friend

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2019

    Jesus told his followers that they were his friends, but what does that mean for us today?

    Whoville I am God’s Friend Over the past few weeks we’ve talked about Whoville in relation to Dr. Suess' classic Horton Hears a Who, but the reality is, that when most people hear the term “Whoville” that isn’t the book they think of. Instead, they think of Little Cindy Lou Who and her family more

  • 4. Whoville: We Are Free

    Contributed on Feb 9, 2019

    Jesus promised us that we would be free, but what does that mean? And what doesn't it mean? This message looks at those two questions.

    Since it was first Introduced in Dr. Seuss’ 1954 Horton Hears a Who, Whoville has been a staple in popular culture. In 1957 Seuss reintroduced Whoville in his book, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and the location and residents have been popularized in different media through the years. There has more