Suffering is universal. Although we’d like to think that knowing God would shield us from suffering, we follow a crucified savior. Sometimes that adds to our suffering. How do we cope? Here are some thoughts on the topic from St. Peter, apostle and martyr.Continue reading
How Abraham and Sarah trusted God for a son
How the saints of old sought the Kingdom of God in Faith
How trusting God with everyday things frees us to seek the kingdom.
I. Trust Him for food, clothing, and other essentials
- The Example of Elijah
II. Free to seek the kingdom
- To follow him
- To spread the Gospel
- To take time for worship
III. Free to help others
IV. Free from anxiety and worry
Would you believe there is something more important than serving God? Listen and see if you don’t agree.
Faith doesn’t just sit around. It doesn’t just carry God around in its head with it. Faith is active.
Everyone likes new things for Christmas. How about a new and better life?
In the third chapter of his letter to the Colossians, Paul urges them to put on a new life. But what’s it like and where do we we get it? In this sermon, Pastor Hinkle warns that such a life isn’t a do-it-yourself project and points us to the true source for a better life.
Audio recording of Pastor Hinkle’s sermon on The Temptation of Jesus delivered March 5, 2017
Jesus responds to the Devil’s temptations with perfect faith in God and His Word. Our faith is far from perfect, but God helps us in our weakness.