Category Archives: Sermons

  • “Finding the Right Outfit” Galatians 3:1-9, 23-29

    Posted on May 28, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “In this new complicated time it would be easy for us to fall back on what we know, to just do things the way they have always been done but that is not being faithful to scripture or God. God is calling us to be and do something new; we just have to listen. We […]

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  • “Living by Faith” Galatians 1:13-17; 2:11-21

    Posted on May 22, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “Some of us have different spiritual practices that we follow that can draw us closer to God. Some of us feel closer to God by reading a book or a Bible, some by praying, some by having a conversation with people, for some by walking or running, some by enjoying the beauty of nature, and […]

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  • “The Path Forward” Acts 15:1-18

    Posted on May 15, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “We are walking through turbulent and chaotic waters, each of us, in our own way. We sometimes don’t know the right direction to take, but there is a path through it all, and that path is built on relationship: Our relationship with God, and our relationship with one another. We need the advice of others, […]

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  • “Let the Spirit Lead Us” Acts 8:26-39

    Posted on May 7, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “When we are quick to make requirements and policies to set up boundaries, God calls us to be boundary breakers and to welcome all into the family of God. We are always taking stock of who isn’t acting the way we think they should, who isn’t believing the way we think they should, who isn’t […]

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  • “We Had Hoped” Luke 24:13-35

    Posted on April 23, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “It’s a tough reality to accept the way things are when all we had hoped for months and years that something better would happen both within our lives, our family and friends lives and our world. And out of our bitterness we can’t help but feel like throwing up our hands saying, “forget about it, […]

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  • “Looking for the Living” Luke 24:1-12

    Posted on April 17, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “Jesus is not dead but alive, alive and at work in the world. So let us leave the empty tomb with it’s stench of death and look for the Living God, who gives us life. Let’s stop living like we aren’t loved, because we are, we are deeply loved. Lets stop avoiding reconciliation with our […]

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  • “The Lord Needs It” Luke 19:29-44

    Posted on April 9, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “What is it that the Lord needs from each and everyone of us in order to accomplished God’s mission in this world? What is the thing God has put in our lives that we are called to give or do something with? We do or give because whatever we have we know does not belong […]

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  • “An Unstoppable God” Luke 15:1-32

    Posted on March 19, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “Amidst of all these great losses and pain, I believe God has come to search for us, find us and restore us. But God doesn’t stop there, rather God is searching and will continue to search for all of God’s children until everyone is restored in God’s kingdom. And because we worship this unstoppable God, […]

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  • “The Time is Now” Luke 13:1-9, 31-35

    Posted on March 13, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “I think racism is a big example, when we don’t talk about it, we don’t confront our prejudices, evil will always lurk in the darkness. As long as we try to hide away these things, try to bury them deep, they will eat away at our souls and have control over us. The only way […]

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  • “What Will Happen…?” Luke 10:25-42

    Posted on March 5, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “So friends, as we begin this season of Lent, let us remind ourselves to ask not what will happen to me? But what will happen to those who are in desperate need if I or we don’t help or do anything? Because Jesus when he took this journey to the cross, he didn’t really ask […]

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