Sermon:   Is God’s Love Unconditional? Scripture:  John 3:16 Date: May 12, 2019       I have really wrestled with how I should approach these last few weeks of preaching before I ride into the sunset.    My first thought was, as I was going through and packing up my sermon files, to pull out 4 or 5…

Old Testament Stories and how Jesus Fufills Them: Moses by Matt Trimble at St. Luke UMC at 10:45 on February 17, 2019. www.stlukeumc.org

Old Testament Stories and how Jesus Fufills Them: Noah by John Duff at St. Luke UMC at 10:45 on February 10, 2019. www.stlukeumc.org

Christ’s Holy Covenant: Freely Given, Freely Received | Dr. Ken Collins | January 13, 2019

Sermon: Super(Natural) Authenticity Scripture: Acts 4:36-5:11 Date: May 15, 2016 Now we’ve been looking at the Super(Natural) Hero Devotion Chart and thinking about where we fall on the chart when it comes to the powers that the Holy Spirit gives to disciples. We’ve talked about the power of devotion and the power of proclamation (witness)…

Sermon: Super(Natural) Proclamation Scripture: Acts 2:14-41 Date: May 1, 2016   I was going to start this message with you closing your eyes and trying to picture what was going on in the streets of Jerusalem on the night of Pentecost. But I was afraid if some of you closed your eyes I’d never get…

Disciples live their lives with expectation, not anticipation. We’ll be talking about the difference starting Sunday, January 10 at St. Luke United Methodist Church as we start a new series of messages: “On The Road With Jesus”. G.K. Chesterton gives us a sneak peak at the new series “On the Road with Jesus” when he says: “Jesus promised…

Sermon: Looking Farther Than Our Eyes Can See Scripture: Isaiah 11: 1-10 Date: December 6, 2015 I can remember as a small child, going to a place in the Colorado mountains with my grandfather where there had recently been a forest fire. It was a place of utter desolation. As far as you could see up the mountainside, there was no life. The animals had all left. The birds had no place to roost because the trees  were all gone. All you could see were the charred stumps of where the trees once stood tall. Such a contrast to the beauty of the mountains that surrounded that place of complete devastation. It was a scene I don’t think I’ll ever forget. Isaiah must have seen the same kind of  picture in his mind’s eye as he stood on the walls of Jerusalem  and looked north, across the Wilderness of Judea to what had been the  Northern Kingdom of Israel. The Assyrians had completed their  conquest. They had completely destroyed all the towns and villages. Salted the fields so they could not produce again for many years and  cut down all the trees to help fuel the army and support building  projects back in Assyria. They had enslaved the Israelite men to  serve the army. They had carried the children and younger women and  wealth back to Assyria. And they had left the old men and the  old women behind to weep for their land and eventually die.  It was a scene of utter desolation. Piles of rock where homes and  towns had once stood. Stumps and charred…

PEOPLE WHOM GOD DOESN’T LIKE Luke 18: 9-14 Introduction A.     Jesus was a teller of ____________________. B.     The _________________ were considered to be exemplary in conduct and character. C.  Jesus presents the _____________ as considered to be the lowest of the low. 1.  There Are Some People That We Like and…

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