What really happens when we give something to God? In this sermon, we explore this question and discover that our giving anchors us in relationship to God, who is the source of all connection.
A look into my Bible study process yields this sermon, which is half sermon/half teaching on how to study. I’d like you to introduce you to my friend PEACH.
God delights in seeing all the unique ways we use the raw material of blessing to further God’s mission of healing and reconciliation. We partner with God in this mission when we give back to God out of the gifts God has given us.
I call it “The Glow”: the sense of spiritual rightness or completion that you might feel when you resonate with God’s call in your life. Here’s a sermon about it, spurred by Philippians 2:13.
The Someone Else Syndrome affects all of us. We get jealous when we compare ourselves to others. But God has given us the antidote — the capacity to be generous.
In my first Sunday “story sermon” of the year, I inhabit, as is often my practice, the character of Peter, and reflect on the sustaining power of forgiveness.
I’ve always thought of Jesus’ words about two or three gathering as a promise, but now I see a challenge embedded in the promise — a challenge to make evident the truth of Christ’s presence.