Sermons on John

Reformation 2020

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. The signing of the Declaration of Independence and the nailing of the 95 Theses have some things in common. They both celebrate freedoms. They both celebrate the truth. Our Reformation celebration takes us back in history when God’s people boldly stood up for the truth of Scriptures. Our celebration also makes us look at how boldly we are standing up for the…

I Wonder – Renewed

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. Some couples enjoy throwing dinner parties with carefully chosen menus, their finest flatware and silverware, linen tablecloths and napkins, creative centerpieces and delicious wines. These kinds of gatherings aren’t cheap. As a result, some may feel this is over-the-top and a foolish waste of time and money. The couples who do this are expressing their appreciation for the friends they’ve invited. Today’s…

I Wonder – A New Birth?

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. Have you ever felt life would have been much easier if you had been born into a family with lots of money?  Then someone could make your meals and your bed and pick up after you.  Or, if you had been born into a family that has lots of athletic talent – you could have been a professional athlete and made lots…

Stop Doubting & Believe!

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. For a copy of the worship service bulletin, click here. You can also watch on our Facebook page. What do you do when doubts climb into your lives?  How does one counteract those doubts?  In this Sunday’s worship a notorious doubter will catch our full attention.  Thomas, who was AWOL when Jesus first appeared to his disciples on Easter evening, is part of the group when Jesus returns the following week.  We’ll…
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Palm Sunday

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. For a copy of the worship service bulletin, click here. You can also watch on our Facebook page. It’s a familiar trip. Each Palm Sunday the itinerary is the same. Our tour starts about 2 miles from Jerusalem in Bethany … then through Bethphage … around that great big hill called the Mount of Olives … until we catch their first glimpse of the Holy City … then it’s downhill…