Sermons on Grace

Here We Stand

Jude 3, 20-21 It’s not everyday that we can celebrate a 500th birthday, but that’s what we get to do this week! It was 500 years ago that Martin Luther inadvertently began what became known as the Protestant Reformation when he nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany. What […]

One Book: Titus

Grace & Good Works Many people love the hymn “Amazing Grace.” It’s a beautiful song musically, but more so, it places the entirety of the Christian life under the heading of “grace.” Its first and most famous verse talks about how God’s grace “saved a wretch like me,” but the verses that follow remind us […]

One Book: Nahum

Nahum: Finding God’s Comfort in Surprising Places Do you have a “safe” place you like to withdraw to when you’re feeling sad or scared or stressed? Maybe a room at your home? Maybe a special place outdoors? Or maybe your safe place isn’t really a place at all. Maybe it’s a person – your spouse, your parents, […]

One Book: Micah

Micah: Hope for a Nation in Trouble It was the late James Montgomery Boice who said that we can see so many reminders of ourselves and our own era as we read the Minor Prophets. It’s true, isn’t it? Most of us American Christians would say that our own nation is in trouble – in trouble […]

One Book: Hosea

Hosea: A Love Story Like No Other While Hosea had much to say in comparison to some of the other “minor” prophets (he has 14 chapters, while some others just have one or two!), it’s actually Hosea’s marriage that has been remembered and emphasized far more than his message. What was it about this marriage that was […]

One Book: Nehemiah

Nehemiah: It’s Time to Build The Israelites have been allowed to return to Jerusalem to rebuild their city! The first step: the wall. The first 6 chapters are the most significant aspects of Nehemiah’s role in rebuilding the wall around Jerusalem. But how does this story connect to the grander story of the Gospel? Join Pastor […]