Category Archives: Sermons

  • “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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  • “Not Seeing Clearly” Luke 9:28-45

    Posted on February 26, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “Jesus knows the disciples were irritatingly deaf to the truth, knows that they could see Jesus lit up like the Vegas strip and still not get it. Yet, Jesus still loves us enough to come down off that mountain for the salvation of all humanity. Jesus will suffer and die for all for us. That […]

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  • “Are You Ready for Forgiveness?” Luke 7:36-50

    Posted on February 19, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “Forgiveness will never bring back people who are lost or change the past but it will make the life we are living right now more livable. So are you ready for forgiveness—both to forgive and receive? Are you willing to go there? And are you willing to accept and embrace your vulnerability as Jesus teaches […]

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  • “Asking Questions” Luke 7:18-35

    Posted on February 12, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “It’s overwhelming to take in all the human need that surrounds us and to realize how small we are in this big universe. Yet when we open our eyes, when we look around sometimes we already have the answers to our questions, our doubts. Sometimes we are searching seeking the answers to our questions and […]

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  • “Downward Mobility” Luke 7:1-17

    Posted on February 5, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “How often do we engage in this debate of worthiness, is that person worthy of help, are those kinds of people worthy of provision and care. Yet, Jesus doesn’t engage in that debate of worthiness, he focuses on compassion… It takes guts to have compassion. It takes courage to truly see those around you and […]

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  • “Guilty and Ready to Serve Time” Luke 5:1-11

    Posted on January 22, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    This sermon was prepared by Rev. Cheryl Khyllep but ended up delivered by Rev. Bala because Cheryl is sick. “Yeah, we are unworthy. But God doesn’t need perfect people. God needs us. So I ask you what is God calling you to do today? What crazy outlandish ridiculous thing is God urging you to do? […]

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  • “Good News, Bad News” Luke 4:14-30

    Posted on January 15, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “Therefore, this is a call and a challenge for all of us. We who claim Jesus as our own and who profess our faith in him, need to follow in his footsteps. We need to bring release to the captives, to speak out for those who don’t have a voice, to reach and stretch out […]

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  • “You Can’t Do It Alone!” Luke 3:15-22

    Posted on January 12, 2017 by Cheryl in Sermons.

    “Know this my friends, living lives of faith is hard work. Work that none of us, not even the best of us ever quite lives up to. This work in so hard that we cannot do it alone. We need each other and we need the guidance of God to get us through all things. […]

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