Category Archives: Sermon

Image and Likeness

In this series on universal human longings, last time we considered “worship and sanctuary” and concluded our hearts yearn to worship, and that need every person has can only be satisfied by the living water Jesus gives. Now in this … Continue reading

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Worship and Sanctuary

This post is the first in a new series that will explore key Bible passages illustrating how Christianity is beautiful, good, and best of all true. What I hope it that while looking at these our hearts will marvel at … Continue reading

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God’s Glorious Symphony

What maxim will be used to describe us? If you’re a Truth person—as doctrinally sound? Or a Beauty person—as humble, and loving? Or a Morality person—as lovers of good? In the world’s eyes, religion is all about teaching morality and … Continue reading

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How to Handle False Teaching

Have you ever sat through a sermon in which the teaching and the Bible just didn’t seem to match? I’m not talking about the preacher who says something that the Bible teaches, just not from his chosen text. Nor am … Continue reading

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Feed on His Grace

Christmas is only one week away. You’re probably getting exciting now. We’ve been wrapping a few presents each night for the past couple weeks. My kids have noticed the growing pile under the tree. The younger ones make it a … Continue reading

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Hope in God’s Promises

We’re in the middle of a three-week Advent series on how to prepare our hearts for Christmas. Last week we looked at what it means to wait for the Lord, and we learned that one of the main things we … Continue reading

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Wait for the Lord

The end of the calendar year is the beginning of the church year. Both are characterized by waiting for the Christmas holiday, but the objects of their waiting can be quite different. The differences are not always good vs. bad, … Continue reading

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