Sermons from June 2016
Luke 6:17-26 – In Luke’s account of the Sermon of the Mount, a more condensed version than the one recorded by Matthew, Jesus communicates through two key words: “blessed” and “woe.” Pastor Rod Bunton starts his look at the first of the Beatitudes and helps us understand their true meaning.
Luke 6:12-16 – After significant time in prayer, Christ carefully chose those who would become His apostles — including the one that would eventually betray Him. Pastor Rod Bunton takes a look at the last five apostles chosen by Jesus.
Psalm 33 – Pastor Ben Khazraee uses the 33rd Psalm to examine how we should praise our Heavenly father.
Luke 6:12-16 – Ordinary, sinful, unqualified men, chosen not because of who they were, but because of what they would become. Pastor Rod Bunton takes a close look at five more apostles chosen by Jesus.