Sermons on Church Life
Guest Eric English walks through what Authentic Community means at New Ground. Connect with us: https://www.newgroundchurch.org
Mike ends our series in Ezekiel talking about the “New Temple,” and how much it points to the way we are to live now.
Mike walks through the popular text of the “Valley of Dry Bones” in Ezekiel and talks about what God does when you walk away from him, think you’re beyond saving or don’t deserve forgiveness. Connect with us at https://www.newgroundchurch.org
Idolatry. Usually it’s not something we think we have issue with. However, walking through this week’s passage of Ezekiel might reveal that those in the Ancient Near East and those of us in the 21st century might be closer than you think in understanding how we bow down to idols, and all the ways…
“Watchmen” were integral parts of the Ancient Near East. However, the church today has gone too far with being the watchmen. How do we strike a balance between being watchmen, while also considering that WE might be the people the watchmen are talking to?
Mike approaches the next interlude as John shows the pictures of the army of the Lamb singing a new song that is the song of Moses. Wait, that’s 2 songs becoming one song? Mike walks through why that’s significant and timely to today’s current situation.
Mike walks through what the first centuries listeners immediately thought about when they heard the “mark of the beast.” It was an extremely clear image of their current experience. Mike connects that to what that might look like now, how it doesn’t look like all the doomsday prophecies, but begs a more important and basic question.
We are back to the book of Revelation where we left off last summer as we talk about the great Throne Room scene in chapters 4-5. Mike Lamson walks through how familiar the first listeners were to this imagery, but not in the way the apostle John explains it. How does this identity John describes…
Mike talks about experiences and seasons as part of the church’s calling. He challenges how we usually look to only one season, but miss all of the others as part of connecting to our divine purpose.
Pastor Rachel Reinink returns continuing our YOUnited series, where she walks through how integrating with others is part of the solution for the reintegration of our own souls.
Mike starts a new series helping the church connect to its divine purpose, which he argues the American church has turned upside down from what the Scriptures teach.
Pastor Mike is back and walks through the final of 7 letters to the churches of Revelation. Mike walks through Jesus’ strongest rebuke toward a church and that it might be more applicable to us today than we want to think.
Guest Eric English gives insights on what the gospel looks like in an age of a global pandemic.
Jordan Stonehouse returns to talk about the transition from the Temple to the hearts of all believers and what that means to us now.
Pastor Mike walks through Jesus’ posture on leading and giving well, service.
Pastor Mike Lamson challenges us on our views of resurrection and why that matters in how we live today.
Join us as Pastor Jack closes our “What are we doing?” series, discussing the moments we can encounter God.
Join us as Pastor Jack continues our series on why we do what we do as a church, and explores what Godly community looks like in our modern era.
Join us as we continue our discussion on what we do as part of regular church rituals, and explore why we sing.
Join us as Pastor Jack continues our series on “What are we doing?” and explores why giving an offering is still an important part of our lives as Christians