Sermon: Our Greater Family

Mark 3:19b-35 Hear the good news in these words Jesus spoke to the crowd: “Here are my mother and brothers! Whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister and mother.” And you know— Jesus is talking about us. It’s like he’s telling the whole world: “Yeah don’t...

Sermon: Welcoming the Neighbors

Matthew 25:37-40 and Leviticus 19:33-34 So far this summer, nearly every Sunday has featured a different need mentioned in Matthew Twenty-Five. When, O LORD, did we see you hungry, or thirsty, or naked? When were you sick and we took care of you, or in prison and we...

Sermon: When Did We See You in Prison?

Matthew 25:37-40 and Acts 12:1-12 Whoever you are and wherever you are on life’s journey, I’m pretty sure. There’s something in your imagination and in mine that allows us to be wholly captivated by a compelling story. Stories just have that power. As human beings, we...

Sermon: To Care for Those Who Are Sick

Introduction to the Scripture This summer we’re sharing a worship series on Caring and Service. You might have noticed that nearly every Sunday we’ve been hearing a short snippet from this famous parable. Hear these words from Matthew, Chapter Twenty-Five, verses...

Sermon: Lay Down my Sword and Shield

John 4:1-14  (Matthew 25:34-35) Today we continue our summer series on Caring and Service, and once again, we hear a short snippet from the famous parable in Matthew Twenty-Five. It’s a story about a king whom we imagine is Jesus. All the people — the righteous and...

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