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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Podcast: Hidden Agenda

growingpodThis week’s message comes from Matthew 16:21-28.  In this passage, Jesus rebukes Peter because of his suggestion that Jesus ought not to die.  He tells Peter that his mind is on worldly things, not divine things.  There are two narratives telling you how to get life.  One of them is a lie.

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Podcast: Uh Oh

growingpodThis week’s message comes from Genesis 45:1-15.  It is the peak and resolution to the Joseph narrative in Genesis and it is a part of an absolutely amazing story.  In order to see the significance of Joseph’s decision, I examine this narrative through the lens of plot structure.

 

This is the diagram on plot structure I used in the message.

This is the diagram on plot structure I used in the message.

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