The Gospel - Comedy

They say laughter is the best medicine. It’s also interesting how tears of pain and tears from laughter can often times be so closely linked. So it is with the Gospel. The Gospel as a tragedy. The Gospel as a comedy. When you stop and think about it so much of the Gospel is comedy, humor and even silliness. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am when together we hear a humorous story that reveals to us the upside down nature of the Kingdom of Heaven.

The Gospel - Tragedy

Perhaps there is no more powerful feeling than abandonment. In some ways, it’s the feeling of the Son and the Father. The reality that for a moment, the Father actually abandoned the Son. That’s what Jesus cries out on the cross - "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" Why have you abandoned me? Why have you left me alone? Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we explore the Gospel as Tragedy.

The Gospel - Silence

The truth of the Gospel, my friends, begins in silence as Jesus stands before Pilate. You remember the awkward scene as Jesus dodges questions from Pilate leaving Pilate confused and irritated. He is Truth. Can you just picture Jesus standing there? A man who knows that a horrifically painful torture and death await him stands there as the Truth. The Truth in silent flesh. The Truth in compassion and patience. The Truth in steadfast love and mercy. My friends, Jesus is the Truth! Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we begin a new sermon series on "The Gospel."

Peace In Pieces - Peace If Possible

Don’t you just watch the news, attend the meeting, go out with friends, talk on the phone with your sister and end up feeling, “Can’t we all just get along?!” Seriously, can’t we all just get along? For the last six weeks, we’ve been in a series of sermons searching after peace. Peace in pieces, knowing that life is complicated and the pursuit of peace is really a never-ending journey with two steps forward and one step back. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we finish that series of sermons with a verse of Scripture that is both curious and comforting.

Peace In Pieces - As For Me And My House

Hanging in the laundry room bathroom off of the den right above the toilet at my best friend, Doug Fox’s, house was a sign that read, “choose this day whom ye will serve, but as for and my house, we will serve the Lord.” My guess is that many of you have seen or perhaps even have a similar plaque or sign in your house. They are words from the tail end of the book of Joshua. A banner over one’s home. A declaration of allegiance. A pledge of space and place. In our homes. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we seek peace in our homes.