Weekly Sermons

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Your Sins Are Forgiven You

July 28, 2019 -
How many people have a past sin that still haunts them? How about some hidden secret that you want no one to know about? Is there anything from your past that you are not proud of, or which lays heavy on your heart?

 

Building Relationships of Love in Mexico

July 26, 2019 -
Going to Mexico to build a house was an experience I will absolutely never forget! It allowed me to experience everything the Bible teaches us

 

Casting Out the Demons in our Lives

July 21, 2019 -
How many of us believe in demons? In demonic possession? In the dark side that can attack and control a person?

 

Let Your Light Shine Before Others

July 14, 2019 -
“The criminal in your community may be less guilty for his crime than you, his Christian neighbor,” the great Russian writer Dostoievski wrote in his book The Brothers Karamazov.

 

Lay Aside All Worries and Cares

July 07, 2019 -
Why worry about anything? Instead, seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all your worries will be taken care of by Your Father in Heaven!

 

Fools for Christ

June 30, 2019 -
Who wants to be considered a fool? Anyone? Foolishness is not a virtue that we admire, or strive to attain, and yet, today as we celebrate the Holy Apostles, the first followers of Jesus Christ, and a day after we honored the Apostles Peter and Paul, the foremost leaders of the Apostles, we hear in St. Paul’s Epistle about the “foolishness” of the first Christians.

 

Called to Be Saints

June 23, 2019 -
Sainthood is not reserved for only a few people!  Sainthood should be the normal growth of every Christian’s life in our journey toward the Holy Trinity. The good news is that God expects us all to become living saints, and He has created each of us in His image and likeness, giving us the potential to reach this goal!

 

Sharing the Story - Pentecost Sunday

June 16, 2019 -

 

Living as Christians in our Post-Christian Society

June 10, 2019 -
What do Springfield, MA, Providence RI, Burlington VT, Portland ME, and Boston MA have in common? According to the Barna Research, these five cities top a list of 100 cities and their surrounding regions as the most Post-Christian cities in the United States.

 

I am the Light of the World

June 03, 2019 -
Jesus sees a man blind from birth and tells his followers, “As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.”

 

What Legacy Will We Leave Behind?

May 27, 2019 -
On this Memorial Day weekend, let’s take a moment to soberly and seriously reflect on our legacy, the legacy that we are creating now and which we will leave behind when others remember us long after our death.

 

Do You Want To Be Healed?

May 19, 2019 -
We need to realize that whenever we turn to God for help, He is the Great Physician of our bodies and souls and minds. He is interested not simply in some type of physical healing, but in a complete healing that leads to a radically new life, a life that will lead into an eternal relationship with Him.

 

Post-Resurrectional Words of Christ

May 05, 2019 -
When one is dying, typically the final words of a dying person are among the most cherished. They often will give you a unique perspective into what the dying person values, and what he most wants to pass on as his/her legacy.

 

Life is a Mystery - A Paschal Mystery

April 28, 2019 -
Life is a mystery. It is a mysterious journey of joys and pains, of love and of suffering. It’s so easy to look around and see how beautiful life is, and yet how unfair life is as well.

 

God is My Help - Palm Sunday Sermon

April 21, 2019 -
Jesus enters Jerusalem with the fervor growing. Yet, there was something strange about the entrance of this new King.

 

Humbly Serving One Another

April 14, 2019 -
Too often in society, those who hold a certain position, or those who have power, typically expect others to wait on them, and to serve them. Living under the reign of Christ, however, has a different perspective on success.

 

Abortion and the Sanctity of Life

April 07, 2019 -
I rarely preach politics from the pulpit. I realize in our congregation we have Democrats and Republican; we have those who may be more conservative and others more liberal.

 

Our Sufferings Can Glorify God

March 31, 2019 -
Death, suffering, and the challenges of our life may be transformed by God to Glory and wonder.

 

The Three-Fold Call of the Annunciation

March 24, 2019 -
Think a moment about the Virgin Mary’s threefold response to the Archangel Gabriel: Let it be to me according to Your will. My soul magnifies the Lord. My spirit rejoices in God my Savior.

 

The Triumph of Truth and the New Zealand Tragedy

March 17, 2019 -
The unequivocal truth of God is that God is Love. He loves all people unconditionally. God loves Christians AND Muslims. He loves believers AND atheists. God loves those who have grown up in this country AND He loves immigrants, whether legal or illegal. God loves even white supremacists, even though their actions are utterly against His ways. He longs for such lost, dark souls to find the light and turn away from the hell they are living in.

 

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July 28, 2019 -
How many people have a past sin that still haunts them? How about some hidden secret that you want no one to know about? Is there anything from your past that you are not proud of, or which lays heavy on your heart?

 

July 26, 2019 -
Going to Mexico to build a house was an experience I will absolutely never forget! It allowed me to experience everything the Bible teaches us

 

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