I Am Who I Am

June 13, 2021
In Exodus 3 we encounter one of the most famous stories in the Bible - Moses and the burning bush. It's also a story in which we discover one of…

Friendship

June 6, 2021
Depending on how we define friendship, the Bible may have more to say on it than it does on both marriage and the parent-child relationship. Therefore, this sermon asks why…
What do people want from church? In Philippians 1 we see two things that Paul praises God for in the church at Philippi and therefore two things that we ought…

Homelessness

May 16, 2021
Maya Angelou famously said "“The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” The storyline of…
In the account of Moses being rescued from the river by Pharaoh's daughter we encounter the first of three exodus events in the book Exodus where God shields and rescues…
There is a common assumption in the secular Western world today that Christianity, and the Bible in particular, are bad for women - that the pictures of women are essentially…

Enmity at the Outset

April 25, 2021
A consistent principle of the Christian faith is growth through suffering. In these opening verses of Exodus, we see the ongoing struggle between Satan and evil on the one hand…

Palm Sunday

March 28, 2021
On Palm Sunday we remember the time Jesus rode into Jerusalem starting the week that would culminate in his crucifixion and resurrection. As we hear the people shout out "Hosanna"…

God Unknown

March 21, 2021
James Krohn of KRUX shares from Paul's famous interaction at the Areopagus recorded in Acts 17:22-34. This is arguably one of the most important sermons ever preached—Paul's not James'—demonstrating how…
James is a straightforward letter fleshing out our Christian convictions that we might see them in all of life. In this chapter we consider the implications of the Gospel for…