• This Week’s Sermon: “The Power of the Trinity” (Mark 1:9-13)

    The Son of God comes onto the scene not first with teaching, or healing, or casting out demons. First, he must be commissioned. But by whom? And with what? With a power and with a proclamation that signals the beginning has come. For Jesus, and for us. Let’s approach the...

  • This Week’s Sermon: “Who is Jesus?” (Mark 1:1-8)

    Mark’s gospel begins this way: “The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.” And so there is no doubt. This strange (at the time) piece of literature is about Jesus. But who is he? That, in a question, is exactly what the book of Mark is about....

  • This Week’s Sermon: “The End is Not the End” (Daniel 11-12)

    We started a series in Daniel many months ago and we’re coming to the end this week. And that’s important because the end of Daniel is about the end of time. While scholars differ about the details of chapters 11-12, what is clear is that this passage is, at least...