There is Always a Them

September 5, 2017
We spend so much time creating "thems" to protect "us" that we miss the centrality of Jesus's gospel: that there are no Thems. There are only Us's, and only by…

Just Ask Brandon Marshall

September 21, 2014
Bible Text: Matthew 20:1-16 | Preacher: Nathan Willard It is sometimes hard to accept people who come late to the project of bringing about change. Those who have been working for a long time can resent people who join late. At the same time, people who did not join early sometimes feel it is too late to make a difference. We even paint pictures of ourselves that make it different to admit change is necessary. Jesus tells us that the reward is the same for all people and that no one is beyond transformation. So as we look at the cycle of domestic abuse, know that admitting the transformational power of the holy spirit is difficult, and takes work, but makes all things possible. If you are just tuning in for the first time, stick with the sermon. It starts slowly.
Bible Text: Matthew 17:1-9 | Preacher: Nathan Willard Jesus's transformation leads the way for us, the hope that we, like Elijah, Moses and Jesus, may find new life. So how does that work with the transfiguration?