The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Romans 6, in which Paul wonders if a life of continued sin is possible. It isn't, he says, because the old sinner is dead, and a new person is alive in Christ.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Genesis 18, in which Abraham and Sarah are promised a son. This is the way our God works: he brings life out of death, a family out of a barren womb, and gives Christ's righteousness to sinners.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Matthew 9, in which Jesus calls Matthew to be his disciple and then has dinner with tax collectors and sinners. Your social station in life doesn't matter to Jesus; his mission is to save you from your sin.
On Trinity Sunday, the Rev. Jacob Davis preaches a sermon on Genesis 1, in which God brings order out of chaos. In Jesus' redeeming work, he does the same thing: God brings order to the chaotic life of a sinner.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a Pentecost sermon on Acts 2, in which the Holy Spirit is poured out on the disciples. Having reconciled man to himself in Christ, God now begins reconciling people to each other by the Holy Spirit.
On the Feast of the Ascension, the Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Acts 1, in which Jesus is taken up into heaven. He goes to prepare a place for you, and to intercede on your behalf before the Father. This is Good News for sinful people.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Acts 17, in which Paul preaches to the Athenians and tells them that the God they worship as unknown has been revealed in Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Acts 7, in which Stephen preaches to the Sanhedrin and is then stoned. Far from blaspheming the temple, he shows how Jesus is the fulfillment of all to which the temple pointed.
The Rev. Todd Weedman wraps up his study of Jude's epistle with a look at church discipline and the closing doxology.
The Rev. Todd Weedman continues his look at the epistle of Jude with an examination of the apostolic prediction that "scoffers" would arise in the church; people who would sow division.