Sermons on Luke

Sermons on Luke

What Do we Do about Jesus

This is the next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus through John’s Gospel focusing on the hard hearted disbelief that keeps us from Spiritual awakening to the truth and transforming power of the resurrection.

Longing For Joy

The third sermon in our Advent 2020 series Longing for… looking at where true joy at Christmas and any time is truly found.

Longing for Peace

The second sermon in our Advent series in 2020 focusing on what gives us real peace with God and with others.

Render Unto Caesar

Part 1 of a 3 part series on being a kingdom minded Christian amidst chaotic and turbulent political times.

Hosanna

This is our sermon from Palm Sunday 2020 to teach us what real salvation means. Luke 19:28-40

Glad Tidings of Great Joy

A fresh look at the old story of Jesus’ birth and the joy and goodness he brings to the world through his life, death, and resurrection.

Crossing the Painline

The last sermon in our series on the parables of Jesus looking at how we must know and persist in faith knowing that people won’t always receive us well when we share the Gospel.

Are you a pharisee?

Sermon #4 in our series on parables. This one looks at how the Gospel compels us into celebrations of His grace, into his mission, and away from self-righteous rule-keeping.

The Parable of the Shrewd Manager

The third sermon in our series looking at the parables of Jesus. We looked at how to see the opportunities for eternity and kingdom and use all we have for those things that matter most.

Take Care

Seeing and hearing rightly, that is understanding how Jesus has revealed himself to us, is the key to your relationship to him.

Faith healer

What is faith healing? Is it real? What is its purpose and reality? Part of our sermon series in the book of Luke.

Who Then is This?

Have you ever been truly afraid? How did you deal with it? What does Jesus have to do with calming our fears? A sermon in our Luke series showing how the greatness of Jesus can assuage our fears.