April 21st, 2019
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches an Easter sermon on Mark 16, in which the resurrected Jesus leaves a message for his disciples, and Peter. It's a message filled with hope: despite our broken promises, Jesus is a promise-keeper.
April 19th, 2019
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon for Good Friday, when Jesus gave his life for the sins of the world. When he proclaimed his thirst, it was proof that he was really a human, really suffering and dying, and really accomplishing the salvation of sinners.
April 14th, 2019
During his visitation, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Steven A. Breedlove, Bishop of the Diocese of Christ Our Hope, preaches a sermon for Palm Sunday.
April 7th, 2019
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Philippians 3, in which Paul says that all of his many accomplishments are like garbage compared to the value of knowing Christ. All of our efforts to build ourselves up are for nothing; our accomplishments are given to us by Christ.
March 31st, 2019
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Luke 15, in which Jesus tells the famous parable of the prodigal son. What new thing can possibly be said about a story this old and well-known? Well, we don't look for new stories to tell, in fact. We tell--and retell--the old, old story of Jesus and his love.
March 24th, 2019
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Luke 13:1-9, in which Jesus tells a parable about an unfruitful fig tree. How are we to react when Jesus tells stories about the righteous anger of God poured out in his judgment of sin? We are to cling to the Good News! We have an intercessor, a savior, who steps between our sin and an angry God. It is Jesus who redeems us.
March 17th, 2019
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Philippians 3:17-4:1, in which Paul tells his readers that they should imitate...him? The Good News that Paul proclaims to us is that we don't have to "live up" to our savior. Our savior comes down to us.
March 10th, 2019
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Romans 10:8-13, in which Paul says that all who call upon the name of the Lord will be saved. That sounds like wonderful news, but can it possibly be true?