Sermons from 2020 (Page 2)

Sermons from 2020 (Page 2)

Nov. 1: Humble Faith

James continues his point that worldly passions cause human conflict and draw us away from God. He uses the word humble several times in the context of peace with God and people. Readings from this service: James 4: 1-12 Psalm …

Oct. 25: Double Faith

Little words might seem insignificant but ultimately we are either for or against God. What we say reveals where our hearts are. We can’t use our mouths both for and against God (otherwise our hearts would be equally divided.) In …

Oct 18: Dead Faith

Faith without works is dead. It is not that works save us, rather they demonstrate if we have faith (or even in what we have placed our faith.) A person who claims to have faith will manifest that faith in …

Oct. 11: Rich in Faith

It is easy for us to look at people and things with worldly eyesight, but this can lead to discrimination and judgement. Real wealth is to be faithful and real judgement is to show mercy. Readings from this service: James …

Oct. 4: Active Faith

A true faith is lived out. Believers don’t just learn about God, rather our faith manifests in practical work and obedience. Readings from this service: James 1: 19-27 Psalm 106: 1-3 Luke 11: 27-28…

Sept 27: Tested Faith

Rev. Alex starts off our new series, James: a working faith. Each passage deals with the question of what faith looks like in practice. The world fails and falls apart, we are tempted to trust it too much but when …

Sept. 20: A Just Church for an Unjust World

God calls us to be agents of His justice in the world, and to live out the Gospel in a way that reflects God’s heart for justice. This includes concern and advocacy for the poor and marginalized, seeking righteousness for …

Sept. 13: The Justice of the Cross

All biblical justice finds its focal point at the cross. How does Jesus’ death matter for the injustices we see around us today? Because justice is satisfied at the cross, our job is to point people to Jesus.Readings from …

Sept. 6: A Just God for an Unjust World

Rev. Ben Wulpi starts our new series, Biblical Justice: God’s Vision for an Unjust World, this week. Biblical justice is rooted in the character of God. Compare with other modern and postmodern forms of justice, and see how only God …

Aug. 30: I Will Return

Revelation ends as Genesis began with the revelation of God (Jesus uses the name I am) and speaks of his coming again. Many themes from our series are here including, the defeat of Satan, temple, nourishing, river, throne of David …