Sermon for 09/15/2019 – “Know Your Name”

In the series “More to Life” Isaiah 43:1; Isaiah 49:1; Luke 9:18-20 There’s a story told about a robber who broke into a house one night.  As he began to sack up all the valuable electronics, in the darkness behind him, he heard a voice say, “Jesus is watching you.”  It repeated, “Jesus is watching

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Sermon for 09/30/2018 – “Perspectives on Poverty: Relationship”

Perspectives on Poverty:  Relationship Isaiah 58:6-12; James 2:14-17 You are familiar with the story of the wise men in the Gospel of Matthew who came in search of the newborn King of the Jews and found Jesus and his parents in a house in Bethlehem.  They bowed down and worshiped him, presenting their gifts of

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Sermon for 06/03/2018 – “Here I Am, Send Me”

Here I Am, Send Me Isaiah 6:1-10 It never ceases to amaze me how an ordinary day can turn into an extraordinary one in just a matter of seconds.  Isaiah was at the Temple in Jerusalem, minding his own business.  It was a time of uncertainty, as King Uzziah who had reigned over Judah for

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Sermon for 12/03/2017 – “Down to Earth: Hope”

Hope First in the series “Down to Earth” Isaiah 64:1-9 Every ten seconds a child somewhere in the world dies of hunger and related issues.[1] The opioid epidemic, which last year claimed almost 64,000 lives, has recently been recognized as a public health emergency.  There are 30,000 more children in foster care, direct casualties of

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