Sermons from February 2020

Family Discipleship (Deuteronomy)

I recently heard about a man who asked some of his friends, “What are the three most wonderful words in the English language?”  One of his friends said, “To me the three most wonderful words are, ‘I love you.’”  Another said, “The three most wonderful words to me are, ‘Home Sweet Home.’”  The third man…

In the Wilderness (Numbers)

I think it’s safe to say that there aren’t many children who enjoy going to school.  Most kids can relate to Calvin in this Calvin and Hobbes comic strip where he said, “I don’t want to go to school!  I hate school!  I’d rather do anything than go to school!” And I understand.  I would…

Scapegoat (Leviticus)

This morning, as we continue to work our way through the Bible, we come to the book of Leviticus.  Leviticus used to be the very first book that Jewish children studied in the synagogue.  For Christians, though, Leviticus tends to be one of the last books we study.             I think a lot of us…

Law (Exodus 19-40)

Let me ask you, “How do you feel about laws?” And, most likely, your answer will depend on some past experience. If you’re like Joey and you’ve had to deal with permits and inspections and engineers just to build a barn that you could build…