Fragile — Trinity Sunday, June 7, 2020

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Everyone experiences pain and hardship from time to time. How can we make sense of the troubles in our life, or even in the wider world? With the advantage of hindsight, we see the Apostle Paul as one of the most important people ever to have lived. But in his own era, people found him underwhelming, partly because he was a magnet for trouble. How did Paul see the troubles in his life? Pastor Luke preaches from 2 Corinthians 4:6–12 in “Fragile.”

Inside Job — Pentecost

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Everybody’s heard of Christmas, and almost as many people know about Easter. But Pentecost far less well-known, and even people who follow Christ may not fully appreciate it. Why is Pentecost important? Pastor Luke looks at Acts 2:1–21 in “Inside Job.”

The Next Challenge — Ascension Sunday, May 24, 2020

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Sometimes we know that things are going to change before we know what those changes will be. This is where we’re at with reopening after the coronavirus pandemic. But Jesus’ disciples faced the same kind of uncertainty after his ascension. But before he ascended to heaven, Jesus told his disciples what to do. How are those instructions relevant to us now? Pastor Luke preaches from Acts 1:6–14 in “The Next Challenge.”

What You Worship

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When Paul talked to the smartest people in the ancient world, he said they were ignorant. But he also talked about how they could fill in the gaps in their knowledge. What he said is just as useful today as it was then. What can we learn from him? Pastor Luke looks at Acts 17:22–31 in “What You Worship.”

Resurrection — Easter Sunday, 2020

If Jesus rose from the dead, then someday we can go to heaven, too. Right? Is that the message of Easter Sunday? If so, what are we supposed to do in the meantime? What if we don’t die right away? Does Easter have anything to say about what happens to people on this side of heaven? What does it say about things like pandemic disease and economic ruin? Pastor Luke teaches from Matthew 28:1–10 in “Resurrection.”

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