In just a few days, people dressed in fanciful clothes will show up at your doorstep. And no, I’m not talking about Mormons or Jehovah’s Witnesses. Although, it would be an ideal time to go door-to-door wouldn’t it? Almost everyone opens up the door on Halloween. But on October 31st, children all over the country will be ringing doorbells and shouting “Trick or treat!” And … Continue reading To Trick or Treat? That is the Question!
God isn’t fair. And it’s a good thing he isn’t. We’ll get back to that in a minute. For now, I want to start off our time together with a reading from Matthew, so if you have a Bible or a Bible app on your phone and you want to follow along, please go to Matthew, chapter 20, beginning with verse 1. Matthew 20:1. Matthew … Continue reading It’s Not Fair! – Part 3 of our “How Good is Good Enough?” sermon series
We are in the middle of a three-part sermon series on salvation. It’s based on the Andy Stanley book, “How Good is Good Enough?” and in our sermon series we are exploring the question straight from the title – how good is good enough? How good do we have to be to get into Heaven? What are the bare minimum requirements for making it into … Continue reading Good People Don’t Go To Heaven – Part 2 of our “How Good is Good Enough?” sermon series
The world came to an end on December 21st, 2012. Yet remarkably we are still alive. Rumors about the end of the world seem to happen nearly every year, but this one got worldwide attention. So much so they even made a movie about it. Supposedly, that date – December 21st, 2012 – coincided with the end of the Mayan calendar and that end was … Continue reading Does God Grade on a Curve? – Part 1 of our “How Good is Good Enough?” sermon series
Sorry for taking the week off. It was an unexpected gift from our congregation after the fire that damaged most of our home. We had to spend so much time recovering from that event that preparation for Sunday was difficult and instead one of our friends said, “Don’t worry about the sermon – we’ll handle that for you.” It was truly a blessing as Pat … Continue reading Seeing With New Eyes – A Homecoming Celebration