The Rev. Jacob Davis preaches a sermon on John 20, in which Jesus appears to Doubting Thomas. Everything is changed because Christ lives.
The Rev. Todd Weedman continues his look at Jude's epistle with a close examination of some metaphors: waterless clouds, fruitless trees, wild waves of the sea, and wandering stars.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Mark 16 for Easter Sunday. Christ is risen, and he is risen for sinners. For particular sinners. For you.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon for Good Friday on Luke 23, in which Jesus tells a condemned thief that he will be with him in paradise. There is Good News: God's power to save surpasses our understanding.
On Palm Sunday, the Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon about Jesus’ triumphal entry ... and his eventual trial. Jesus does come to save, but not in the way that we expect.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on John 11, in which Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. Our human problem requires a radical solution: nothing short of death and resurrection will do.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Psalm 23 (which comforts those in the Valley of the Shadow of Death) and John 9 (in which Jesus heals a man born blind). God’s judgment, rightfully poured out on the world, is completely borne by Christ.
The Rev. Todd Weedman continues his class on the epistle of Jude with a look at the term "love feasts," and how his opponents are coming to communion...including why they should be afraid.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on John 4, in which Jesus converses with a Samaritan woman, and Romans 5, in which Paul explains how God shows his love: by dying for his enemies. We sinners are fully known by God, but are—on account of Christ—completely loved.
The Rev. Todd Weedman continues his class on Jude's letter by looking closely at two more comparisons Jude makes to his opponents: the erroneous prophet Balaam and the participants in Korah's rebellion.