Team preaching a sermon with Ashley was delightful. She’s a masterful storyteller and an insightful Biblical scholar. This was the third sermon in a four-week series on the story of the prodigal from Luke 15. Jesus redefines family. It’s not just your bloodline. It’s not just the people who are like you or the peopleContinue reading “Lost At Home”
This was the second sermon in a four-week series on the story of the prodigal from Luke 15. It’s been called the greatest story ever told… the parable of the prodigal son. We come to it with Western mindsets thousands of years later and it’s easy to miss many of the nuances. Lost things getContinue reading “Tax Collectors, Sinners, and the Fattened Calf”
I preached a sermon (if you can call it that) fully in character as the prodigal son. I dressed in a robe and did my best to preach the word of God from Luke 15. This was the first of a four week series on the story of the prodigal from Luke 15.
A sermon at Emmaus in the midst of a series called “For God so Loved.” God’s love is vast and specific. It affects everything – including your family. There’s a story in the Bible about a baby born into a broken family in Bethlehem… but it’s not the one you are thinking of.
Part of a 10 week series called “Good Reasons to do Hard Things” at Emmaus.
We are obsessed with work… obsessed with accomplishing, and achieving. We want to be more efficient and productive. We rush from one thing to the next, checking email on our phones while standing in line at the grocery store or stopped at a red light. We’re addicted to work, and productivity. We’ve gone too far.Continue reading “Searching For God Before 9 And After 5”