Sermon Archives

January 22, 2018

II Peter 3:8-13 “The Day of the Lord”

II Peter 3:8-13 "The Day of the Lord"

Snowboarding About 6 years ago, I was given the opportunity to join a few guys on 2-day trip to Salt Lake City, Utah in the winter. We went there to go skiing or snowboarding at Sundance Mountain Resort. I had never snowboarded before and thought I would give it a try. So up the lift […]

January 29, 2018

II Peter 3:14-18 “Growing in grace for Christ’s glory”

II Peter 3:14-18 "Growing in grace for Christ's glory"

A theologian of sorts Do you think of yourself as a theologian? Before you answer that question, perhaps we should define the term. Theology can be defined broadly as the study of God. So a theologian is a person who takes particular interest in learning about God. It is both an academic discipline and it […]

February 5, 2018

Psalm 1 “Mirror to the Soul: An introduction and invitation”

Psalm 1 "Mirror to the Soul: An introduction and invitation"

Brand new study Today we will begin a brand new study in the Psalms. There are 150 psalms in the book of Psalms written by a variety of people. King David who wrote the most at 73, Moses, Solomon, Asaph, Heman the Ezrahite, Ethan the Ezrahite and the Sons of Korah. The Psalms were written […]

February 12, 2018

Psalm 2 “The Coming King”

Psalm 2 "The Coming King"

A royal Psalm Psalm 2 is a royal psalm. It is about a King, a great King. It is about a King above every King. Living in America today, the idea of a King is a bit foreign. We have a President and branches of government, balances of power. A King in the Ancient world […]

February 19, 2018

Psalm 3 “A King’s Lament”

Psalm 3 "A King's Lament"

A psalm of lament Psalm 3 is a psalm of lament. It helps us to answer the question, where do I go with my pain? What do I do when I feel disoriented, homeless and alone? Or in the case of King David, what do I do when my son has kicked me out of […]

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