The lessons for the last Sunday in the liturgical year focus on Christ’s return to judge the living and the dead. This sermon focuses on what Jesus had to say about that judgement and what that means for us.Continue reading
In this sermon, Pastor Hinkle encourages his hearers to trust that God will provide for their needs and to participate in God’s work by providing for the needs of others.
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Strong Christian congregations are marked by loving relationships that go beyond affection and well beyond words. In 1 John 3:11ff. the apostle encourages us to love one another with a love that, rooted in the love of Christ and empowered by the Spirit of God, shows itself in deeds.
Audio Sermon on Luke:14:1-14
This portion of the Gospel of Luke is often said to be about humility, and it is; however, it would be more complete to say it is about both humility and compassion. You see, when humble people encounter someone in need they are moved to act. Jesus was such a person and in this sermon, I’ll share with you how the humble compassion of Christ moved him to act on your behalf and why you can thank, but never repay him for what he has done for you.
A sermon on St. Matthew’s account of the Feeding of the Five Thousand and Isaiah 40.