This was supposed to be published on January 1, but that slipped past. To kick off the new year, I want to discuss how we should handle a situation where we find that the “orthodox” belief of religion does not agree with our own sincerely held belief. Peace be with you all and have a blessed new year.
Merry Christmas everyone. A lesson from Luke 2:1-20.
We often see children born today where the pregnancy was not expected. Jesus came from a pregnancy that was not expected. Look at the joy he brought to the world.
John the Baptist once asked Jesus whether or not he was really the Messiah who’d been promised. This was a question more for reassurance that Jesus was real rather than a doubting of faith. Are we asking ourselves this same question? Sermon from Matthew 11:2-11.
Are we asking God the tough questions? Are we asking whether or not this is something we should actually be believing or if we should find different beliefs? John the Baptist asked those difficult questions.
Message from Luke 23:33-43
Message from Luke 21: 5-19. What is real persecution and what to fight against? Special thanks to Pastor Blair Goold and the staff at Island Heights United Methodist Church.
A message from 2 Thessalonians. The end will probably not come tomorrow or the next day. But maybe we should live a little more like it will. Peace
This worship service talks about being present with others and working with others in places that they would find comfortable rather than a place that you would find comfortable. Sermon this week from Luke 19: 1-10.
Today’s service talks about how God blesses those who follow his word and what that means in this world and in the next. Peace be with you all.