Jesus went home to teach in the synagogue he had attended as a child. It didn’t go well. Their familiarity with him made it hard for them to hear what he was saying. Many who think of themselves as Christians have a similar problem and because of it they miss the blessings God offers.
Audio Sermon Luke 14:25-35
If eternal life is a gift from God, why does Jesus tell us to count the cost? What does it cost to follow Jesus? I invite you to listen in as I answer these questions for my congregation and encourage them to remain faithful, come what may.
An audio recording of Pastor Hinkle’s sermon on Luke 23:27-43 given November 20
Seven Things Jesus Said from the Cross, Part 4
Audio Sermon on Matthew 27:45-49
You’ve probably experienced rejection sometime in your life, but not like this.
Although some were wondering if God might somehow deliver Jesus and usher in the Messianic Kingdom, God turns away and Jesus dies–alone and forsaken.
Is this a tragic miscarriage of justice? Or is something greater going on? Why did God forsake the man He called His beloved Son? Pastor Hinkle finds the answer in Psalm 22 and the writings of the apostle Paul.
Sermons in the Series
- Father Forgive Them!
- Today You Will Be with Me in Paradise
- Behold Your Mother
- My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?
- I Thirst
- It Is Finished
- Father, into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit
Seven Things Jesus Said from the Cross, Part 2
Audio Sermon on Luke 23:32-43
Why do so many love the story about the thief on the cross?
It’s such a comfort!
Listen in as Pastor Hinkle seeks to comfort you with this man’s story and invites you to walk the path that he “walked” as he prepared to meet his maker.