The assumption that our beliefs are only best guesses at what Jesus meant when he shared his Gospel neglects a critical part of the equation. My sermon at St. Nicholas Fort Wayne (#stnicholasfw) on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020.
Of the four Gospels, the Gospel of Luke offers the most systematic account of Jesus’ life and teachings. In this episode, we look at the beginning of Luke 5, where Jesus calls three fishermen to be his apostles. This passage shows us how sharing the Gospel is a spiritual discipline.
My sermon last Sunday at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church (#StNicholasFW).
Most of Matthew 22 finds the Jewish authorities barraging Jesus with questions. The chapter ends with Jesus asking a question of his own, one the Jewish leaders are not comfortable answering. Today we look at Matthew 22:35-46.
You can also find an audio version of this Bible Study on my podcast.
When Jesus teaches us about life in God’s Kingdom, it’s not what you might expect. My sermon yesterday at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church.
From the St. Nicholas Church website… My message from this morning’s online prayer service for the feast of the Nativity of the Mother of God.
Real discipleship means staying open to where Christ is leading us, even when it’s hard to understand why he wants us to go there. My sermon on Sunday, August 30, 2020.
In my sermon on Sunday, August 9, 2020, I talked about what it takes to see God working in our lives.
Everything Jesus said and did that’s recorded in the Gospels has something to teach us. In this episode, we discuss our “take-home” lesson in Jesus walking on water.
Here’s a link to the audio podcast on anchor.fm.
A look at what Moses’ confrontation with Pharaoh in Exodus 5 teaches us about being a disciple of Christ.