This made for You Tube version of our Mother’s Day sermon looks at a question many moms, and a fair number of Dads) ask themselves: Am I Good Enough? Using Proverbs and 1st Peter, we seek an answer.
What do we need to be in order to serve God well and transform lives? Less than you think. This week’s sermon from Rupert Methodist Church, adapted for YouTube.
Do we give up on people too quickly? That was the topic of Sunday’s sermon. Based on the parable of the fig tree in Matthew 13.
In light of the recent UMC general conference decision, here is a breakdown of how the decision came about, how both sides make their biblical case, and what this means for the churches, particularly accepting open-hearted churches like ours. (Hint – we are going to stay open-hearted.)
This week we look at being fishers of men, and how imperfection might be just the ticket to filling our nets. From Luke 5:1-11.
How powerful is encouragement? Powerful enough that God had Jeremiah the prophet put it to work in the worst of times.
Sorry there was no sermon last week. We all missed church here due to the snow. But we’re back this week, talking about autopilot and faith. From the book of Luke.
Sending blessings your way,
What do we need to hear when we have failed? (Hint: It’s not “I Told You So.”. A made- for-Youtube version of the sermon at Rupert United Methodist Church, January 13th.
This is the third week in our month of Advent. It is the week we celebrate joy. But what if our Christmas season is, shall we say, less than perfect? A few of the characters in the bible can show us the way to joy, even when the world around us is pretty rough.
This past week’s sermon, adapted for YouTube.
What do sweet potatoes have to do with grace and Advent? Maybe more than you think.