July 26 – August 9 (3 sermons) An open letter to the church invites us to embrace the mystery of the gospel.
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June 28 – July 12 (3 sermons) Jesus embodies hope as a healer, prophet and teacher. Explore portraits of Jesus’ ministry in stories from Mark’s gospel and welcome his hope into your life.
May 31 – June 21 (4 sermons) From a loose federation of tribes under constant threat emerges a new monarchy. The stories of Samuel, Saul and David make for a surprising saga of leadership, transition, and the undeterred faithfulness of God.
May 24 (1 sermon) The words of the prophet Joel linger still, “In the last days there will be… blood, fire, and smoky mist.” The spectacle of the Spirit in Acts 2 still sparks a passion for hope and healing in a world numbed by violence, oppression, and fear.
April 23 – May 17 (4 sermons) God invites Abram and all those who follow to imagine a bold and improbable future. Trace the contours of community, faith, and transformation in God’s imaginative love.