Pastor Greg's final stewardship sermon is a moving tribute to the power of generosity and community.
From a passage from Paul's 2nd letter to the Corinthians, today's stewardship message focuses on reconciliation and bringing things back to God.
Lay leader Steve Hable takes to the podium on laity Sunday to let us all know that we are the treasures in the clay jars.
With scriptural guidance from one of Paul's letters to the Corinthians and looking at letters themselves, Pastor Greg looks for difficult, and maybe impossible, answers to today's issues.
A common question is some parts of the world with a broad selection of interpretations and answers. Pastor Greg provides his.
In the parable of the vineyard, Jesus tells of a man who pays laborers working different hours the same wage. He says the last will be first and the first will be last. It seems unfair to the laborers and to us. Pastor Greg looks into it.
On our Fall ministry Fair Sunday, Pastor Greg looks at the essential nature of community to Christian life.
The necessity to take up your cross and to help others with theirs is an essential part of being a Christian.
To declare and announce that one is Christian and a follower of Jesus Christ is not a simple thing to do. Pastor Greg breaks down the difficulties and why profession is intrinsic to our faith. The sermon is followed up by a performance of 'This is the Record of John' by 5 singers.
When Jesus was dismissive of the Canaanite woman's pleas to have her child healed, she did not give up. Pastor Greg looks at persistence as an element of our faith, in this week's sermon video. Also, two great songs performed by the incomparable Jazz Ensemble.