You can see a segment of our in-person worship including this sermon on our Facebook page. Why Was Jesus Baptized? Matthew 3 July 16, 2006 Maybe you will be doing some summer entertaining – gathering friends on the patio to … Continue reading
You can view this sermon (and the entire worship service) on our Facebook page. Pastor Roger gives a totally fresh (but ancient) explanation of the Holy Trinity. Trinity Sunday 2021 Matthew 28:11-20 I have sometimes fantasized about being one of … Continue reading →
You can view our entire worship service on our Facebook page Pentecost 2021 At several important junctures in the Old Testament, the people were ordered to construct a memorial by stacking stones into what’s called a cairn that will remind … Continue reading →
Pastor Roger confronts one of the most common explanations for hardship, “Everything happens for a reason”. Really? During the sermon, he showed a TEDTalk by Kate Bowler, Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I’ve Loved. This week’s service was … Continue reading →
You can see this entire service on our Facebook page. The Road to Emmaus May 2, 2021 Luke 24:13-35 In order to learn more about Jesus’ post-Resurrection priorities, we’ve spent the past three weeks walking through the closing chapter of … Continue reading →
You can see this entire service on our Facebook page Do You Love Me in This New World? John 21:15-19 4-25-21 The Gospel of John opens by dramatically linking Jesus to the very creation of Heaven and Earth. John 1:1-2 … Continue reading →
You can see this entire service on our Facebook page. It’s Just That Simple John 21:1-14 April 18, 2021 Isn’t it curious that Jesus chose to appear to Peter and the six other disciples while they were fishing? The scripture … Continue reading →
You can see the entire service on our Facebook page Easter Detective Story 4-11-21 John 20:1-23 We’re going to play detective this morning. As we heard from Larry’s reading, the disciples staying in the locked room got word early in … Continue reading →
I understand that many people today – including many Christians – ask why God would need to send His son to suffer and die.
It seems more barbaric than loving.
And, frankly, the traditional arguments about Jesus being the perfect sacrifice to pay our debt (essentially for being imperfect humans he created) don’t make a lot of sense.
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You can see this sermon along with the entire Palm Sunday worship service on our Facebook page. Palm Sunday Reflections 3-28-21 Sermon #1 Mark 11:1-10 Mark doesn’t waste words. As we saw during the past month, in just 45 … Continue reading →