Sermons on Luke
Guest Eric English walks through some challenging words on thinking differently on what the phrase “the kingdom of God” is referring to.
Understanding the schooling of Jewish children gives us tremendous insight on the types of people Jesus chose as his followers. It was as shocking then as it would be today. Mike walks through the invitation of who Jesus invites to the Table each and every day, and why it was so shocking to to the people of his day, and should be to us.
Grace. It’s a “churchy” word. And many times, those in church think it’s only found in the New Testament. Mike walks through God’s grace in Exodus, and also talks about how many of Jesus’ closest followers were thugs. Grace’s demand is not a burden, but a blessing.
Pastor Mike wraps up our Hope Sings series on Christmas Eve talking about the when hope decided to show up in the Christmas Story. It may be more relevant to our current situation in 2020 than anyone ever thought.
Mike continues our Advent 2020 series talking about the deeper revolution of hope in Zechariah’s song, one of the heart.
Guest Pastor Tom Elenbaas talks about all of things that form us and fill us up. Do we realize what we’re filling our cups with?
Mike shows how Jesus shocked his audience by showing respect to one of the most least likely people of his time, and in turn, how this helps us understand and live out the heart of dialogue.
Pastor Mike walks through the parable of the Prodigal Son, which he believes is misnamed and offers the ultimate picture of hope especially during the pandemic and celebration of Easter.
An interactive and experiential of Jesus’ journey to the cross, best viewed in video. Interactive guide at: https://bit.ly/2VnoYvM
Pastor Mike walks through a story where Jesus challenges his listeners to not channel anger into retaliation, but mercy and grace.
Pastor Mike continues our Lenten series as he walks through the Parable of the Rich Fool and evaluates how to approach our abundance.
Pastor Mike talks through how taking care of the forgotten Jesus takes personally.
Pastor Mike starts a new series for Lent asking questions of the receptivity of our hearts for God to work, and that it might take more patience than we think.
Pastor Mike begins are series on Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, diving into the temptations that Jesus faced that we also wrestled with in remembering our identity…in a time of emotional fragility. *Note: Video is follow-up to teaching. Teaching is in audio only.
Pastor Mike challenges us to reevaluate our understanding of repentance
Pastor Mike teaches us on the challenges Jesus puts to the Pharisees and any who follow him to evaluate the motives behind our actions.
Pastor Mike teaches us that working for the kingdom is good, but not when it becomes your singular vision.
Guest Pastor Jordan Stonehouse teaches us on the importance of being ready to care for those around us even at times when we feel least equipped to do so.
Pastor Mike teaches on the importance of humility and gratitude in response to God’s forgiveness.