Monthly Archives: February 2019

How to Love (Your Enemy)

Luke 10:25-37 My first sermon of 2019 must have been for me more than my congregation… because I can’t get it off of my mind. It was about the wise men, and how they followed a star to find Jesus.  How we don’t get a star to follow but we do get clear commands to […]

All About It

Deuteronomy 6:4-9 I want to tell you what I’m all about. In my teens it was music.  I’ve always liked music; I can remember spending many middle-school hours listening to the radio in my room.  But in 9th grade my relationship with music changed forever, because in 9th grade I met Michelle.  During our fourth […]

A Love that Doesn’t Disappoint

Romans 5:1-11 This month I want to talk about love. Because it’s February, and because Valentine’s Day is on Thursday.  Because love is already on our minds (that, or the lack thereof).  And it should be on our minds, always – but not the swooning, cupid-and-his-arrows, rom-com kind of love that dominates this month.  The […]

How to Take a Leap of Faith

Jeremiah 1:4-10 Have you ever had the sneaking suspicion, “I’m supposed to do that” – “that” being some out-of-your comfort zone, new kind of thing? Okay – that’s kind of vague. It’s hard to describe what it feels like when God calls us to do something, partly because it hits many of us differently. Very […]