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Sermons on Resurrection

Isaiah 64:1-9 from December 3, 2017

On this first Sunday of Advent, we read a prayer from Isaiah proclaiming “O that you would rip open the heavens and come down!” (among other things).  We take a look at what it means to have hope in Christ, a hope that is not lost even in when redemption seems impossible.

Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52 from July 30, 2017

We look at the parables of the mustard seed, the yeast, the buried treasure, the pearl of great worth, and the dragnet.  We focus on the parables of the mustard seed and the yeast, noticing their scrappiness and their need for “death” or “emptying” in order for growth.

Matthew 28:1-10 from Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017

When Mary and Mary find the tomb empty, they hear and spread the good news that Jesus is risen and everything has changed! Warning – we had this year’s Easter service at Fault Line Park, and it was quite windy, which you can hear in our low-budget recording.  Apologies!  But wind doesn’t change the good news…