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Sermons by The Rev. Ben Wulpi

Sermons by The Rev. Ben Wulpi

Sept. 19: Built to Last

In his last sermon to us, Rev. Ben Wulpi preaches from 2 Peter 1:3-9 about how God calls us to cooperate with Him to build a faith that lasts. Readings from this service: 2 Peter 1: 3-9 Psalm 84: 10-13…

August 1: The Frenemy’s Servant

In our passage today from Luke 7:1-10, this miracle of Jesus reveals to us the nature of faith and how it shows us what is really true. When we learn to live in this truth, Jesus can do amazing things …

July 4: RESTART: Contribute

The third tenet of membership is Contribute. In this sermon, Rev. Ben explores the biblical and spiritual principles behind this call, and why God graciously invites you to contribute to the family of faith. Readings from this service: Acts 4: …

May 16: The Gospel of Love

The Thessalonian church seems to have been as confused about love as our world is today with too much selfish love (excessive physical pleasure for ourselves, and insufficient practical care for ourselves and others). Readings from this service: 1 Peter …

April 18: The Gospel of Gentleness

Paul contends for the authenticity of their ministry (perhaps it was questioned or he knew they would be criticized soon). Part of the power of the gospel in them is their willingness to work hard, and love gently, even when …

Mar. 21: The Afflicted Servant

The mission of the Servant is completed as he suffers and bears our sins as a substitute, and in this he fulfills the will of God. Even in his suffering, he is victorious because God’s will has been accomplished. Readings …

Feb. 28: The Savior Servant

The Servant speaks and takes up his mission. The Servant Israel (a true representative) is to restore the nation Israel, but more than that, he will bring about God’s restoration and peace throughout the whole world. “It is too light …

Jan. 24: You’re Good Enough

Satan speaks out of both corners of his mouth. In this lie he wants us to settle for the idea that good people go to heaven… and we must be good right? When we accept this lie, we compare ourselves …