We learn from the story of the widow who was asked by the Prophet Elijah to make a small amount of bread from her final supplies that God is the author of life and God can always write another chapter when we think there is nothing else to give. The Widow from First Presbyterian Church … More Sermon from Sunday, August 26
Jesus warns Martha that she is worried and distracted about a great many things. Distraction is all around us today and contributes to our feelings worried and anxious. Is there something that we can focus on to ease our fears? Click now to watch. <p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/280079928″>Mary And Martha</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user40728854″>First Presbyterian Church</a> on … More Sermon “Her Story: Choose to Listen”
Lately I have become keenly aware of the power of words. As a husband, father, and pastor I have seen the impact of my words on the faces of those around me. Some times there is misunderstanding on my part or on their part. Then there are the times that I know my words landed … More Take It Back
Have you ever stopped to consider that you are a child of God? What does this do to your outlook on the day? How does this change the way you see yourself? What about anger? Certainly it is necessary and useful. Can it become a trap? We consider these questions and more in the sermon … More Sermon on John’s First Letter
Jesus is the Son that was raised so that all may have a new beginning!
What happens when God is silent at a time we want action or direction? We are tempted to believe that God is missing or does not care. The truth according to scripture is that God is at work and things are about to change! Here is Mark 11:1-11.
“Who is guaranteed eternal life?” Jesus shatters the long held belief and currently fashionable teaching that those who “do good, get good” in this life and beyond. There is deep pastoral heart in Jesus as he educates his disciples and us about God’s faithfulness through all seasons of life. <p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/260636867″>FPC Deeper 3:18 9am</a> … More Sermon from March 18