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March 16, 2014

Not What We Expected

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

We have talked before about the fact that the Christian Faith is an historical Faith. It is based upon the relationship between the believer and an undeniably historical Jesus. You may deny that He is who He says He is. But there is really no doubt that Jesus of Nazareth was a real person who lived and died. He is an historical figure.

Sermon, March 23, 2014

When Brothers Dwell in Unity

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

On this special day, when our congregation becomes a full, voting member congregation of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, it seems good to me both to look back and to look forward. Looking back, we can see even more clearly now the factors that necessitated our move. Without belaboring the point, we were united in our determination to find a home more in keeping with our high view of the authority of Scripture. And we could not say that we had a sense of the unity of the body.

Sermon, March 30, 2014

(Sometimes) It’s a Dirty Job

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

For anyone whose work involves public speaking one sure sign of approval is to be asked back and invited to speak again. By this standard Paul and Barnabus have been quite successful in their first appearance in Antioch in Pisidia. We have heard over the past weeks how they were presenting the Gospel in the synagogue in terms that were pretty much drawn from their common Jewish heritage. God’s act of salvation was presented as the culminating moment of the long history of salvation that began with Abraham.

Sermon, April 17, 2014

Why Take Communion Anyway?

On the night in which He was betrayed, the Lord Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, "This is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me." In the same way also the cup, after supper, saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me."

Sermon, April 20, 2014

St. Thomas' Problem with the Resurrection

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

The apostle Thomas enjoys a wry distinction. He has been remembered for nearly 2,000 years as "doubting Thomas." As a key player in the new wave of God’s work with the world, when trust is the crucial factor in being God’s child, to be known as doubting Thomas isn’t too complimentary.

April 6, 2014

Jesus Sits at the Right Hand

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

One of the most obvious signs of a successful sports program in a school, especially in a college, is the number of fans who pack the stadium or the gymnasium and holler out their support. It seems like the more a basketball team wins, the more they can count on the support of their fans.

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Sermon, April 27, 2014

Second Verse, Same As the First

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

No one likes to be rejected. Whether in personal or professional matters, whether by friends or strangers, whether in big things or in little, rejection stings. It is as though we have been judged and found wanting, even if we know at some level that what has been rejected as worthless or undesirable is not us but some other item or idea or person that we are in some way representing.

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