The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Exodus 40:17-18, 33-38
The Rev. David Barr | Exodus 33:12-23
The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Exodus 32:1-10
The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Exodus 25:1-9
The Rev. Patrick Schlabs | Exodus 19:1-8
The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Exodus 14:5-18
The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Exodus 12-13
Mr. David Barr | Exodus 6:1-9, 7:1-6
The Rev. Patrick Schlabs | Exodus 2:23-3:8, 3:12-15
Mr. Jacob Graudin | Ephesians 1:3-14
The Rev. Patrick Schlabs | 2 Corinthians 12:1-10
The self-sufficient individual is the great American archetype, even a founding principle, yet our experience tends to contradict this aspiration, and we meet burnout and failure. As we read Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians, we find a similar story of credentials and experience meeting pain and disappointment. What do we make of this suffering? What about apparent prosperity? Join Patrick Schlabs as he unpacks this text and finds the beautiful sufficiency of Christ alone.
The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Deuteronomy 15:7-11
Generosity is not a natural trait, particularly in the rat-race drive of America, yet the story of Scripture is one of grace, unmerited generosity from God towards humanity. Deuteronomy gives an evocative and challenging picture of this generosity as God commands the people of Israel. Yet what does this mean for us today? How is generosity acted out in our own lives? Join Peet Dickinson as he explores this challenging command and sees our generosity stemming from our gracious God.
Pastor Ryan Thompson | Mark 4:35-41
The story of Jesus calming the storm is a familiar one, yet upon closer inspection it tells a deeply resonant story about the Kingdom of Heaven. In keeping with Jesus’ parables of the Kingdom, this incident acts as a real-life parable, revealing the Kingdom of God as an obvious, participatory, and deeply personal manifestation of God’s love. Join Ryan Thompson as he explores the tale of the boat, the sea, the men, and the Messiah, and discover the good news of Jesus Christ in the storm.
The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Matthew 6:19-24
How can we know who we are serving? Jesus indicates that our approach to money goes along way in determining who exactly our master is. Join Peet Dickinson as he discusses giving, mastery, and worship.