Following Tim Keller’s metaphor we explore how we can weave ourselves into the fabric of torn and broken communities to bring spiritual, physical, psychological and social wholeness.
What does the Bible say about justice for women? This sermon explores that question through the stories of two of Jesus’ ancestors: Tamar and Ruth.
Is the mission of the church preaching the Gospel or doing Social Justice? Is that a false dichotomy? We attempt to settle the argument.
The King is coming. How will you use the gifts he has given you?
Following Jesus may cost you everything, but it's worth it.
Jesus teaches that suffering is not the result of sin. But it is wake up call and an opportunity to turn to God.
We serve, only after the pattern of the God who humbly serves us and who invites us to eat at his table.
Jesus confronts us on wealth and injustice, while at the same time offering hope for the hopeless.
Jesus challenges us to not put our hope in wealth, but instead to be generous.