Parts 3 and 4 of the Born Again sermon series as squashed together for the sermon this week. Read about broken hearts and paying attention.
This is a rare “soapbox” sermon for me, in which I take the opportunity to redefine the words “prophecy” and “apocalypse” so you have a bit of a better understanding of the book of Revelation.
We who believe God’s promises have a mission to help extend those promises to people who have never met a promise that wasn’t broken. These promises are eternal, and we catch a glimpse of them in Psalm 23 and today’s piece of John’s vision.
A poem I wrote at a recent conference about staying rooted in God in order to be responsive to the Holy Spirit. Or at least that’s what I think it’s about. What do you think it’s about?
Thomas is a man of deep faith, deep convictions, and deep questions. Put those together and you have the recipe for doubt – which is not an evil thing.
We all make the mistake of walking to tombs filled with dead messiahs. But the Good News is that the tomb of the Risen Christ is empty and a new life-affirming path stretches from it and reaches into eternity.
In this sermon on one of his Seven Last Words, Jesus continues his mission of reconciliation and the cultivation of relationships, even as he suffers on the cross.
We read about a pair of parades today, that on first glance look nothing alike; turns out, they speak with one voice about who Jesus is and what he did that week in Jerusalem.