Sermons on Biblical Themes (Page 5)
Matthew 25:14-30 — Finance elder, Mark Katibah, walks the congregation through highlights of the past year and summarizes where the elders, staff, and congregation discern that God is leading us in 2020.
Luke 7:36-50 — An unwelcome guest teaches some religious folks what it means to be a grateful and hospitable host.
Mark 5:21-43 — We look at two Jesus encounters to consider the quality of our public and private ‘neighboring’.
Luke 10:25-37 — A surprising actor teaches us about mercy and doing the things we believe.
Mark 2:13-17; Luke 18:9-14 — Jesus showed us how to love our neighbors: recognize our own sin and don’t turn away from the messiness of faithful ministry.
Mark 1:40-45 — Jesus has pronounced us clean and whole before God; that vitally changes our self-understanding and our view of others.
Revelation 21:1-7; 22; Luke 4:14-21 — Jesus brought the Heavenly future of Revelation down to earth in his own ministry; these promises and hope are something we can experience here and now.
Psalm 145 — This Psalm offers a helpful tool to remember the importance of PRAISE in our lives.
2 Timothy 1:2-7; Acts 18:24-27 — Passing on the faith, whether at church or in the world, happens over time, touch by touch and encounter by encounter.
Acts 2:42-47 — Preached at the annual Bluegrass service with three area churches, this true story of “Camp Bluegrass” illustrated themes of Biblical community.