Sermons from March 2020


Nicodemus – John 3:1-21 I have often discovered in myself and others the tendency to view fallible biblical figures like Nicodemus, or Peter or Judas, as foils against which we contrast ourselves to our advantage! “Nicodemus walked away from Jesus, I would have asked to be baptized then and there! Peter denied Jesus, I would have courageously stood up for my Lord! Judas betrayed Jesus, never ever would I be tempted by my own disappointed hopes, or money, or fameRead More »

Who are we?

Who are we? – Matthew 4:1-11 One of the major questions that Jesus asks his disciples is; who do you think that I am? We ask ourselves the same question. Who are we? Who do we want to be? How do we define who we are? This is a quest to discover the core of our humanity. When we can name it, we can access it, and we can embody it. Who you think you are, has consequences in howRead More »