Have you ever thought of planting a seed as digging a grave? Aren’t both the tiny holes for the seeds and our graves dug in hope?Continue reading
A sermon for Ash Wednesday. (The first day of Lent).Continue reading
This is the third of three sermons on Romans 5. Listen as Pastor Hinkle explains Paul’s comparison of Adam and Christ.Continue reading
In this sermon on Mark 9:38-50, Pastor Hinkle provides an overview of the lesson, but focuses on the most difficult part where Jesus says it would be better to cut off our hands and feet than to continue in sin and better to have a millstone fastened around our neck and be cast into the sea than to lead a child into sin. Pastor Hinkle explains that we need to take sin very seriously and avoid it, but that it is God who does the surgery when he buries us with Christ and raises us to new life through baptism.
This sermon is the first of three “Messages of Hope from the Book of Revelation.” This is a message of hope for those who fear dangerous and chaotic times.