Podcast: Roots – The One Thing

roots This is the fourth week of our sermon series titled, “Roots” where I have tied in some Wesleyan background with the lectionary readings. This week’s reading comes from Philippians 3:4b-14.  Here Paul shows his amazing credentials of his being a Hebrew of Hebrews and righteousness, but then says all of that is rubbish compared to knowing Christ Jesus.  Jesus is the one thing; the most important thing.

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Podcast: Roots – Working Out

roots This is the third week of our sermon series titled, “Roots” where I have tied in some Wesleyan background with the lectionary readings. This week’s reading comes from Philippians 2:1-13.  What does it mean to work out our salvation with fear and trembling?  Does our transformation by God matter for others?

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Podcast: Roots – Living Inspired

roots This is the second week of our sermon series titled, “Roots” where I have tied in some Wesleyan background with the lectionary readings. This week’s reading comes from Philippians 1:21-30 and Paul writes that they church ought to live lives worthy of the Gospel of Christ.

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Podcast: Roots – Join the Band

roots This is the first week of our sermon series titled, “Roots” where I have tied in some Wesleyan background with the lectionary readings. This week’s reading comes from Romans 14:1-12 and in it we discuss community.

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Podcast: Passover of the Lord

growingpodThis week’s message comes from Exodus 12:1-14.  This is the story of the Passover, which is part of the 10th plague upon the Egyptians.  Exodus 12-15 is an interesting section of scripture, filled with liturgy.  What does it mean to have liturgy from the narrative?

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