Sermons from July 2019

Sermons from July 2019

Josh Mays: Psalm 77

We all know what it is to go through times of distress. We all know the thoughts, doubts and questions that rattle through our brains during times like this. But I reckon we don’t think of these thoughts as worshipful… one of our members, Josh Mays, unpacks Psalm 77 to show us what it means to worship God in and through our distress.

Aaron Needer: Psalm 92

Psalm 92 is unique in that it is the only Psalm with a Sabbath notation. This means that it was probably sung week-by-week in the normal rhythms of life for God’s people. Intern Aaron Needer unpacks this Psalm to show us why it is good for us to worship our God regularly in song.

Faith in the Mundane

As Paul finishes his letter to the Corinthians with what seems like a whole host of randomly connected, mundane thoughts and greetings. It would be easy to skip over as merely housekeeping, but there is a sense in which the mundane greetings and thoughts make the message of 1 Corinthians more accessible to us, people who live most of our lives in the mundane.

Resurrection Hope

There has been plenty of debate about the validity of the Christian faith or the benefit of the church to society, but when it all boils down to it, the validity of Christianity hangs and falls on one event… the resurrection of Jesus. Pastor Ben unpacks the difference this primal truth makes to our lives.