Sermons on Faith

Sermons on Faith

Dec. 4: Be Prepared

John the Baptist’s radical message of repentance offers a hard, but hopeful prelude to redemption. Readings from this service: Isaiah 11: 1-10 Psalm 72: 1-2 Matthew 3: 1-12…

Nov. 27: Be Ready

Since “no one knows the day of the hour” when Jesus will return, those who would follow him must ready themselves with hearts rooted in grace. Readings from this service: Isaiah 2: 1-5 Psalm 122: 1, 5-7 Matthew 24: 29-31, …

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…

April 4: Easter Sunday

Rev. Alex focuses on Mark 16: 1-8 and Colossians 3: 1-4. Resurrection Sunday  is the strongest piece of evidence for our faith. If the resurrection is real, then what real difference does it make to you?…

Dec. 20: All About Jesus

John lived to exalt Jesus, and sought His glory above all else. To prepare the way for the Lord in our lies and in the world, we must take on the same attitude. Readings from this service: Titus 2: 11-14…

Dec. 13: The Testimony

In week three of our Advent series, John testifies to Jesus as the Christ, the Lamb of God, and always points people toward Him. How is your life pointing people toward Jesus? How does God call you to testify? Readings …

Nov. 22: Faith & Suffering, Pt. 2

In the final sermon of our James series, James moves on to talk about some practical things we can do in suffering, especially in prayer. Sometimes people say that offering to pray is not enough, or is just the least …

Nov. 15: Faith & Suffering, Pt. 1

The end of James deals especially with the question of suffering. His first call is to patience, placing present suffering into a longer and bigger context. Readings from this service: James 5: 7-12 Psalm 37: 7-9 Matthew 10: 16-22…

Nov. 8: Faith in Money

It’s tempting to put our faith in money and things and to believe that through hard work, things will always get better in this world. Readings from this service: James 4: 13–5: 6 Psalm 19: 9-11 Matthew 6: 19-24…
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