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March 6, 2022
Rev. Dr. Wayne Wiatt preaches on 1 Peter 2:20-24 and Romans 3:23-26.
February 27, 2022
“When I originally thought about this sermon series I had the letter of James in mind. James reminds us that love for God is best lived in strong, sincere, and skillful ways. He emphasizes how followers of Jesus also look to one another for prayer, forgiveness, and healing. Listen in to the final message in our series ‘Is There a Rabbi in the House?’ ” – Pastor Neal Avirett. Pastor Neal preaches on James 5:7-16.
February 20, 2022
Sometimes I’ve made the mistake of thinking that lessons on faith only come from religious people just like me. Who are the trusted voices that inform your faith in Jesus? Which ones are louder than others? Listen as Jesus lifts up a Canaanite woman as an example of “great faith!”Rev. Neal Avirett preaches on Matthew 15: 21-28.
February 13, 2022
The Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew is familiar to most of us. But we may not be as familiar with the Sermon on the Plain in Luke’s Gospel. Both ‘sermons’ have beatitudes and teachings about how people are to live as disciples of Jesus. But there are also some important differences. Listen to find out more of what Rabbi Jesus had to say to that crowd of disciples gathered on the plain.
Guest preacher Rev. Dr. Bob Gibbs preaches on Luke 6:17-26.
February 6, 2022
In the simplest of terms, a rabbi in Jesus’ day believed their followers could be like them, and could do the things they saw their rabbi doing. The gospels paint moments when Jesus’ followers become like their rabbi. In John’s Gospel, Philip, Andrew, and a young boy show us the way. – Rev. Neal Avirett
This week in Luke’s Gospel, we read about Jesus’ hometown crowd that was only interested in those who already belonged… “the insiders.” But Jesus kept looking from the inside out. Jesus didn’t check out the membership cards and he challenges us to think a little differently. Jesus calls us to broaden our understanding of who God is and search for those who may feel as if they are on the “outside looking in…” We’ll explore the words of Isaiah the Prophet who calls us to preach Good News to the Poor, recovery of sight to the blind, and release for the captives!
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