Current Sermon Series

“Everyday Living”

 Christianity is so much more than a personal religion. It is, above all else, a collective response to the love of God as revealed through Jesus Christ. It is, however, also a way of life. Informed by the example of Jesus and lived through the power of Christ’s Spirit at work in us, it is an approach to every aspect of our existence in the world and our relationships with others.

The Gospel of Luke, in addition to providing “an orderly account of the events that have happened among us” (Luke 1:1), offers extremely practical examples of Christian living that continue to have relevance in our modern culture. Through the remainder of the Church Year we will utilize passages from the latter half of Luke’s Gospel to consider “Everyday Living.” How does one live out one’s Christian faith in the world?

 August 4
“It’s Crazy, Right?
Luke 12:13-21

August 11 
“Did Not See That One Coming!”
Luke 12:32-40

August 18
“Just Trying to Keep the Peace”
Luke 12:49-56

August 25
“You’re Missing the Point!”
Luke 13:10-17

September 1 
“Humility and Hospitality”
Luke 14:1, 7-24

September 8
“Let the Little Children Come”
Luke 18:15-17

September 15
Luke 15:1-10

September 22
“What Goes Around Comes Around”
Luke 16:1-13

September 29
“There’ll Be Hell to Pay”
Luke 16:19-31

October 6 
“We’re Just Doing Our Job” 
Luke 17:5-10

October 13
“Would It Kill Us to Say, ‘Thank You’?”
Luke 17:11-19

October 20
“Don’t Stop”
Luke 18:1-18

October 27
“Just Who Do You Think You Are?”
Luke 18:9-14

 November 3
“Jesus Wants to Come to Your House” 
Luke 19:1-10

November 10

“The Unluckiest Woman in the World”
Luke 20:27-38

November 17
“Can We Hang in There?”
Luke 21:5-19