Sermons

October 18, 2020

The Empire Cannot Love You

The Empire Cannot Love You

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March 24, 2019

Gracetime with God

Gracetime with God

GRACETIME with God.                        Luke 13: 1-9                            March 24, 2019   Good morning. The first Sunday of Lent we looked at entering our own journeys into wilderness. We prayed that God would help us distinguish between our wild beasts and our angels, and we received the blessing of God calling each of us “Beloved.”   Last […]

March 17, 2019

Feathers not Fangs

Feathers not Fangs

Feathers not Fangs                 message for March 17, 2019   Life in Jerusalem was interesting. Jesus was born under Herod the Great, the Roman-appointed king of Israel. He had fangs. Herod “the Great” killed lots of people, including his wife and some of his sons. He was also the one who ordered the killing of all […]

April 1, 2018

Easter Sermon: John 20: 1-18

Easter Sermon: John 20: 1-18

Easter Sermon- Summit 2018                          John 20: 1-18 Reading or hearing the Easter story is always something to look forward to, especially this year, when we are news-weary and ready for some Good News. Hearing the old, old story today, is way beyond the good news, say, of a warm, sunny day in Ohio or a […]

December 10, 2017

Let it be so

Let it be so

Kingdom living often begins in the wilderness, But as we are discipled by the Holy Spirit, we come to experience the grace, peace, and comfort of Christ, empowering us to pass on these gifts.. KINGDOM LIVING OFTEN BEGINS IN THE WILDERNESS. Regina Shands Stoltzfus, assistant professor of peace, justice and conflict studies at Goshen College, […]

September 3, 2017

The Church

The Church

The Church.  https://themennonitemillennial.blogspot.com/ On September 3rd, I preached a sermon at Summit Mennonite. There’s been a lot of interest (lol idk why) from those who weren’t able to make it, so I thought I’d transform it into blog post style and stick it here. So, here ya go fam. Only slightly edited from the original […]

February 12, 2017

Peace practice

Peace practice

Deaut. 30:15-20; Matthew 5: 17-24                        Feb.12, 2017     PEACE PRACTICE Have you ever described yourself- to a friend- like this? “I was so mad that I could have spit nails.” or “Yeah, I told him off, but good!” or even “When I was done with her, she didn’t know what hit her.” Anger is an emotion […]

April 10, 2016

Forgiven and restored

Forgiven and restored

Peter’s hopes and dreams, his new “rock” identity had been dashed. His transformation had been cut short, he had failed and perhaps he somehow blamed his denials for Jesus crucifixion. It was his fault! This story of the disciples recognizing their risen Lord gives us courage. “Who IS that man???” How often do I still, […]

August 9, 2015

Glittering Images

Glittering Images

Glittering Images: Week 2: Romans 3: 21-28 August 9, 2015 Read NIV translation first. I want to start with a recap of last week. For those of you who were here, it will be a review. For those who weren’t here last week, it’s a way to catch you up to where we are. We […]

February 22, 2015

Feasting and Fasting

Feasting and Fasting

Prayer: Feasting and Fasting Desert Ruth Burgess The desert waits ready for those who come, who come obedient to the Spirit’s leading; or who are driven, because they weill not come any other way. The desert always waits, ready to let us know who we are— the place of self-discovery. And whilst we fear, and […]

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