Sermons from 2019

Answered. Luke 2:21-38.

As we approach a new year and a new decade, we take the time to look back on where we have been and think about where we are going. As we think about how 2020 will unfold, we probably have some uncertainites and questions. What difference would it make in our lives if we knew all our questions were already answered.

Infinite Loyalty. Luke 1:57-80.

Christmas Day is almost here and as well as the smell of delicious food in the air, there is also the scent of love as gifts of perfume nestle under the tree, and jewelry glints temptingly to couples passing by shop windows. Christmas does shine with love, but its sparkle doesn’t come from gems it comes from infinite loyalty. What does this…

Jump. Luke 1:39-56.

Lots of things can make us jump such as when someone startles us with a fake spider, or when we spill our drink and anticipating its trajectory we jump out of the way! What do you anticipate making you jump this Christmas time? Find out what we should anticipate.

Let It Be. Luke 1:26-38.

The leadup to Christmas is a busy time of the year as we prepare for the “big day,” when amongst other things we are anticipating that we will have some peace. Just how effective though are our strategies to get some peace, and how can our anticipation be filled?

Anticipation Series #1. “But.”

Anticipation Series. Sunday morning we kick off a new series leading up to Christmas taken from Luke’s Gospel and his account of events before Jesus was born into this world. As the title of the series suggests, Luke invites us to look forward to the coming event in a way in which we are totally prepared to meet our king. #1 “But.”…

Blaze Of Glory. 2 Kings 2:1-14.

How many of us dream about going out with a “Blaze of glory?” But when the smoke clears, what is left? How quickly will our “Blaze of glory last?” If you are interested in going out with a “blaze of glory” there is a way you can do it which will last for ever.

Misplace Inquiry. 2 Kings 1:1-18.

The National Enquirer came up with the slogan “inquiring minds want to know,” and in an age where information rules we all want to know. But where do our inquiring minds make their inquiry, and what do they do with the information they find?

Confronting Evil 1 Kings 21:1-20.

Evil is a word which we don’t like to use too much, if at all. It is reserved for those people who commit actions that we can all agree on are way outside the bounds of human normality. But what is evil, and where does evil come from? And when it is recognized, how should we respond?

What Are You Doing Here? 1 Kings 19:1-18.

Sometimes we get ourselves into situations and places which we never envisioned we would end up in, and we wonder how on earth we got to be where we are. But when we end up in a place of darkness there is often a sequence of steps we can trace which will help lead us to the solution to the question. Audio…