Sermons on Discipleship
Colossians 3:12-17 — Understanding and embracing our identity in Christ (chosen, holy, beloved) creates thankfulness in us.
Matthew 5:13-16 — Jesus provides three metaphors/images for understanding “blessed to be a blessing.”
Matthew 5.10-12 – How are those who are persecuted for doing what God says is right to be blessed?
Revelation 21; 1 Cor. 15 — A look at the here-and-now implications of our future restoration by God: being and bearing first fruits in the world.
Romans 8:6-14; Acts 1-2 — Throughout all of scripture, the Holy Spirit is God’s power and presence with us and for us, leading us to obedience.
1 Peter 2:9-10 — We are blessed to be a blessing, to share the Good News and enact God’s love, mercy, and justice in the world.
Pastor Robert offers a reflection on the Maundy Thursday text from John 13.
Luke 13:1-9 – God has created us to bear fruit; let us not miss the opportunity before us now.
Luke 4:9-13 — Jesus shows us how to turn from testing to trusting God for the challenges we face.
Matthew 4:1-4; Psalm 19:7-11 — God’s Word invites and connects us into a loving relationship with our heavenly Father.