The Rev. Nick Lannon shares earth-shattering, life forever-changing news that God came into the world pouring out grace for sinners.
The Rev. Nick Lannon explores the great hidden genre of evil Santa Claus horror films, imagines Jesus coming with a flame-thrower, and announces that God's word of grace overcomes (every time) his word of demand.
The Rev. Nick Lannon's Christmas Eve sermon, in which he tells Madonna's story (the other one), lauds Homer Simpson, Biblical interpreter, and announces once more the finished work of Christ for a worn-out world. Merry Christmas!
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Matthew 1:18-25, in which an angel appears to Joseph to comfort him about the birth of Jesus. Jesus, it turns out, can always be found where there is discomfort, failure, and sin.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Luke 3:7-18 in which John the Baptist tells the people to prepare for the coming of God. His advice? Be good. But when Jesus comes, he does things a little bit differently.
The Rev. Nick Lannon begs his congregation to love him, describes the process of making soap, and reassures you that, though this life leaves awful scars, Christ's scarred hands and side have interceded for you.
The Rev. Nick Lannon's sermon this week includes Michael Crichton's aura, dogs and cats living together, and the Good News that, though you are powerless to save yourself, a powerful savior has come to you.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon about Christ as King. Ultimately, Jesus is two kings at once: one who wears a jeweled crown as King of Heaven and one who wears a crown of thorns as savior of the world.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Daniel 6, in which Daniel is thrown to the lions. Daniel knows that he worships a unique God: one who makes laws that matter, yes, but finally, one who rescues.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches about a chair. Also, the good news that though our work is seemingly never done, Christ's work on our behalf is finished, forever.