John the Baptist

Just Be Held

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Just Be Held

(A Sermon Based on Luke 1:67-80)

There is an overwhelming bunch of good news in this song. God has come to visit us; redeem us; and be the power of salvation for us. On and on the song goes like that exalting the grace and mercy of God toward his people. There is here, however, more than anything else an image of a new dad here - a dad who sings a lullaby to his children to hold them with his words. It is God telling you to just be held as you go through scares in life. Listen in.

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The Question of Discipleship

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The Question of Discipleship

(A Sermon based on John 1:29-42)

The human experience shows that we are seeking beings. We are always seeking and never quite finding. We are always going somewhere, but never quite arriving. This is a sermon about how we humans can finally arrive to a place where we can stop feeling a need to go anywhere - a sermon meant to enable you to end your spiritual quest. Step one? Halt and try to answer Jesus' question of discipleship. Listen in.

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The Jesus Who Stands in Your Muck

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The Jesus Who Stands in Your Muck

(A Sermon Based on Mark 1:4-11)

Universally humans have a sense of grit, grime, and muck about their lives. And, yes, it's universal. Humans all in some way want to rid themselves of the past, find a clean slate, and write a new chapter to the book of their lives. We see that especially this time of year as we try to get back to the gym or church or resolve something fresh that we hope not to muck up this year. Mark skips Christmas to minister to that sense. Dive into this incredible Scripture from Mark for the ultimate clean slate. Listen in below.

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The Deep Question of Your Heart, God's Answer

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The Deep Question of your Heart, God's Answer

(A Sermon Based on Isaiah 40:1-11)

The Scriptures are so honest about life in this world. God's prophets who wrote a huge portion of the Scriptures are too. Here God's struggling prophet shows us the question that each of our hearts is asking about our ultimate future. He asks, "What can we say about it that's actually true? Will we really last?" And God gives here his answer in powerful, powerful language that is so memorable that people have now been quoting it for centuries. It is now the deep cry of every Christian's heart. Listen in below to God's answer.

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