Latest Sermons

“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” by Bryan Feathers

1.  Any time you eat with Jesus you eat the Meal of God. 2.  The Meal of God is always served with acceptance. 3.  The Meal of God is always served with openness. 4.  The Meal of God is always served with forgiveness and reconciliation. 5.  The Meal of God is always served in relationship….

The Parable of the Prodigal Son

Luke 15:11-32 Seventh sermon on this parable – why? 1)  Our family lived it. 2)  The parable gives the heart of Jesus’ teaching. We focused on the prodigal son and the older brother. I believe each of us have qualities of both sons in us, though most are more like one than the other. Today…

The Parable of the Prodigal Son

Luke 15:11-32 Sixth sermon on this parable – why? 1)  Our family lived it. 2)  The parable gives the heart of Jesus’ teaching. We have focused on both brothers. Today we will concentrate on the father. Let’s imagine ourselves in the place of the father as we read the parable.  How would we respond? How…

The Parable of the Prodigal Son

Luke 15:11-32 The context of the parable – Luke 15:1-2 – These two verses describe much of Jesus’ earthly life. Three parables – lost sheep, lost coin, lost son Pattern – something (or someone) is lost; it is sought after; it is found, there is great rejoicing. In the first two parables someone – the…

The Parable of the Prodigal Son

Luke 15:11-32 The context of the parable – Luke 15:1 & 2 – These two verses describe much of Jesus’ earthly life. Three parables – Lost sheep, lost coin, lost son Pattern – something (or someone) is lost; it is sought after; it is found; there is great rejoicing. Today we’ll once again focus on…

 

Upcoming Events