Sermons on Matthew

Snapshots: The Parable of the Lost Sheep

The Parable of the Lost Sheep At our church, “Lost & Found” isn’t just a place to search for misplaced items. It’s actually the name of our Wednesday evening program for children. We chose this name because of this very passage – Matthew 18:10-14. This story, best known as “The Parable of the Lost Sheep,” […]

One Book: Matthew

Matthew: Breaking the Silence When you turn the page of your Bible from the last book of the Old Testament (Malachi) to the first book of the New Testament (Matthew), it’s easy to miss just how much actually happened between the times that those two authors took up their pens. And while many historical events took […]

Building Together: Value 2

Church Planting, Outreach, & Global Missions According to the Joshua Project over 6500 people groups are considered unreached with the gospel, which is about 42% of the world’s population. And if you think the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations is work that needs to be done outside of the United States, listen to this statistic. According […]

Celebration & Tragedy

Matthew 2:1-18 They all heard the same prophecy. But their reactions were world’s apart. The magi had asked a question that apparently no one was anticipating: “Where is he who has been born king of the Jews? For we saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.” These foreigners, asking that […]