Let's review the resumes of the two main people today's scripture, starting with Saul. Saul was born in Tarsus to a Jewish family pious and scrupulous enough they could trace…

You’re in the Bible!

April 28, 2019
Some people doubt Christianity because they suspect faith would require disbelief of things they know to be true. Others doubt due to history, questioning the reliability of Biblical sources and…
A stand up comedian I once saw remarked on, when you're looking for something you've lost like your keys or checkbook, how stupid is the phrase “It's always in the…

Good Friday Homily

April 19, 2019
“At about three o'clock, Jesus cried out with a loud voice: 'Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?' which means, 'My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?'” These are the dying…
If you haven't noticed by now from the scriptures woven into tonight’s service (see bulletin for details), the Bible is filled with food. Adam and Eve are set in a…


April 14, 2019
Imagine the scene. It's the week of Passover: pilgrims and tourists flock of the cobbled streets of ancient Jerusalem. From the west, a parade marches in. The hero of the…


April 7, 2019
We're in our second to last Sunday of a Lenten series on Biblical understandings of sin, how that knowledge can help you better resist temptation and endure the onslaughts of…
Last week we hosted Sam McKim as he preached on the glory of God. Now you're back with me, and I'm continuing our series on human sin. Whoo? Again, this…

In Jesus' day, the common wisdom was you should forgive a person three times for a misdeed against you, since any more and you risk being taken advantage of. Peter,…

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