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The Best Leader

September 27, 2020
Every American knows Superman, but I never appreciated him until a few weeks ago. A philosopher I read argued that Superman’s point isn’t his cool powers… but rather the ethical…

The Lost Art of Lamentation

September 20, 2020
In a meeting last week, we planned for upcoming holidays like World Communion, Reformation Sunday, All Saints, and so on. While we’re working on updated yet still engaging worship opportunities…

The Wages of Grace

September 13, 2020
Five shifts of workers each are paid the same wages in today’s parable from Jesus. The denarius coin each man gets paid is the standard wage for a day’s unskilled…

Lessons in Missing the Point

September 6, 2020
If you will indulge me, an old preacher’s joke: What’s the difference between a Presbyterian and a Baptist? The Presbyterian will say hello to you at the liquor store. I…

Big Ideas in Small Packages

August 30, 2020
Note: Because of the complexity of its topic, today's sermon relies heavily on PowerPoint. Thus, it is better to watch the video rather than only read the transcript, if possible.…
In HBO’s miniseries Rome, Roman legionnaire Titus Pullo is imprisoned for breaking ranks. In a scene that perfectly sums up how most ancients understood religion, Titus prays through the list…

Walk of Faith

August 16, 2020
Please note that, due to technical difficulties, our regular livestream was unable to upload this Sunday, which means our recording of the service was lost. You can still find the…

Gone Fishing

August 9, 2020
There’s a women’s lib joke that says, “A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.” Today’s scriptures are oddly similar. Elisha does not need his oxen…
Please note that today's scripture is more colorful than most, so the content of the sermon may not be suitable for all ages. Parental discretion is advised. Today’s scripture sounds…
Having convinced readers to stick with Christianity despite tough times over twelve chapters, Hebrews’ last chapter begins with a deluge of ethical decrees. “Let mutual love continue.” That one is…

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