Sermon: Listen For Your Life

Psalm 139:13-18 and Philippians 3:10-17 “I thank my God every time I remember you, constantly praying with joy in every one of my prayers for all of you” (Philippians 1:3). Today’s scripture comes from Paul’s letter to the Philippians and this is how the letter...

Sermon: Old Men Shall Dream Dreams

Psalm 71:8-22 and II Samuel 19:31-40 Introduction to the Scripture: Today we’re continuing the series God Through the Ages. Every Sunday we’re considering a different stage of life. We started with babies, then children, then teenagers, then young adults. Last Sunday...

Sermon: To Need A Ride Home

Psalm 90 and Luke 15:1-7 Lord, you have been our home in all generations. Before there were mountains. Before you created the earth and the world From everlasting to everlasting, you are God. You are our home. This is the beginning of Psalm Ninety, our Psalm of the...

Sermon: Give Light to My Eyes or Else

Psalm 13 and Acts 20:1-12 Today we’re continuing the series “God Through the Ages” by considering the experience of teenagers. It is my belief that a fundamental part of being a teenager is working to sort out exactly what is at stake. What matters and what doesn’t?...

Sermon: Out of Control

Psalm 100 and Luke 18:15-17 A few minutes ago, we sang our Psalm of the Day to the tune of the Doxology. Psalm One Hundred is one of the Psalms that pretty much has to be sung. I mean, can you imagine reading this Psalm too seriously? Here I’ll give it a whirl; see...

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