Sermons by Pastor Larry McCall

Reflecting the Son in This Dark World

These are tumultuous times we’re living in, aren’t they? Our nation is so divided. Who do we listen to? Who do we believe? Who do we follow? In this sermon on Titus 3:1-2, Pastor Larry seeks to remind us of our calling, “Reflecting the Son in This Dark World.”

Believing the Promise of the Second Advent

We enjoy “Advent,” looking forward to celebrating the first coming of our Savior, Jesus the Messiah. Did you know the Bible also tells us that Jesus is coming back – a “Second Advent”? At Jesus’ Second Coming, he will be revealed not only as Savior but also as the Judge of all people from all […]

Finding Hope in God’s Plan for the Future

Living as exiles in this hostile culture can be full of stress and uncertainty. How do we handle that? Well, even though the Christian life might be hard, it’s not complicated. Like Daniel, we find hope by 1) reading God’s Word, 2) praying to the God of the Word and 3) trusting in the plan […]

Faithfulness in the Lion’s Den

In this message from Daniel 6, Pastor Larry reminds us that we live under increasing pressure in our culture to keep our religion private, never questioning the validity of anyone else’s faith. To live out our faith in Christ alone, even in a humbly courageous way, invites pressure to conform. Sometimes we live with painful […]

Faith in the Fire

In this sermon from Daniel 3, Pastor Larry McCall shares the familiar story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego being thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to King Nebuchadnezzar’s statue. How does this story impact us today – not only to us individually, but for how we are preparing the coming generations […]

Galatians: Walking in Step with the Spirit

In this sermon from Galatians 6:1-10, Pastor Larry McCall emphasizes how we can and should be walking in step with the Spirit as Christians/the church, which means that we will be walking upstream in this flesh-dominated world. Rather than operating with self-serving, self-promoting, self-centered motivations and actions – which is often revealed in our world […]

Galatians: Staying on the Gospel Path

In this sermon from Galatians 5:2-15, Pastor Larry McCall emphasizes the need to resist the temptation (or pressure by others) that we need Jesus + something else. It’s human tendency to think we could do/should do something to make us acceptable to God, but that determination to add a + to Jesus is eternally “fatal.” […]