Written Sermons

July 20, 2015

Faith Comes from Hearing

John 10:11-39 by Jeff Lindsay In the rush of this modern world I am convinced that we are too easily distracted from the most important things. There are so many […]
July 13, 2015

A Non-Prophet Job

Amos 7:7-15 by Daniel Harrell Cleaning out the desk of my mind in preparation to go visit Dawn’s side of the family this week. Never sure what to preach for […]
July 6, 2015

Get Out of Jail Free

Acts 4:23-37 by Daniel Harrell For followers of Jesus, righteous obedience was aptly reduced for a seasons to the letters “WWJD” or “what would Jesus do.” Wearing these letters embossed […]
June 28, 2015

Which is Easier?

Matthew 9:1-8 by Daniel Harrell I’m back from two weeks in North Carolina where I reconnected with my Southern roots and helped my parents downsize and move, an endeavor that […]
June 1, 2015

Was Blind But Now I See

Matthew 9:27-34 by Daniel Harrell I’m moving around Matthew 9 these past Sundays, filling in here before I head South to visit family and stick a toe i the ocean, […]
May 24, 2015

International Harvesters

Matthew 9:35-10:1 by Daniel Harrell Last Sunday Jesus flew off to heaven, ascended we say, with a mighty exclamation point on his embodied, post-resurrection appearances. But Christ’s left an equally […]
May 8, 2015

Vintage Gospel

Matthew 9:10-17 by Daniel Harrell Human beings are naturally wired for newness. Cognitive psychologists and neuroscientists demonstrate our attention is involuntarily drawn to novelty and innovation—we can’t help but want […]
April 13, 2015

The End

Revelation 22 by Daniel Harrell The end of Revelation has been a long time coming, both in terms of this sermon series (we’ve been at it since last September) and […]
April 6, 2015

The Big Day- Easter, 2015

Revelation 21 by Daniel Harrell Revelation’s depiction of the bedazzling New Jerusalem, with its jeweled foundation and pearly gates, always reminds me of the Emerald City from the 1939 classic, […]
April 3, 2015

Here, There or in the Air

Revelation 20 by Daniel Harrell I celebrated a birthday last week, and as with each passing year, time seems to go by that much more quickly. Perceptually speaking this is […]