These sermons were not part of a larger series.
Who is Jesus, and what does that mean for us? Those questions are neither unique nor new. They are the same questions Paul answered in his letter to the Colossians, and the same ones we explore in this sermon series.
In this two-part sermon series we consider how to navigate the inevitable tensions that arise in life and faith.
What can the very earliest days of Christianity tell us about the church and our role in it? And what difference would that make for us today?
The grace and mercy of God are highlighted in this well-known Old Testament book
It's only 25 verses but Paul's letter to his friend Philemon is packed with both soaring theological truths and practical everyday guidance on how to approach reconciliation to God and one another.
How can we connect to God, to each other, and to the Church? In this series we look at practical ways to do just that!
This series from Matthew 26-28 considers how Jesus's greater story shapes our individual stories.
The Sermon on the Mount is not only one of the best known passages in the Bible but is also a turning point in the history of God's interaction with mankind.
This Advent season we consider the four titles for Jesus given in Isaiah 9:6: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace, and what impact they have on our lives.
"Gospel" is an ancient word that means "good news." But what exactly is the news? And why is it good?