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Resurrection Now!

Rick Elias got his life back to live all over again. This regular, everyday guy thought this was a day like any other. He was setting off on a business trip when all of a sudden there was a huge explosion, the cabin of the plane filled with smoke, the [...]

Palm Sunday

This morning as we entered into worshipping God together, we waved palm branches. People have done this for nearly 2000 years; we do it to commemorate the day when Jesus came into Jerusalem with his disciples. On that remarkable day, everyone around him was saying, “Hosanna, blessed is he who [...]

I Am Barabbas

He had heard a crowd chant his name before. He and his friends had cheered each other on in their mischief. “Go, Barabbas!” “Alright, Barabbas, you show ‘em!” He had heard the Romans shout his name with anger and disgust as he was brought to trial. “Barabbas is against the [...]

The Trial

In these last few weeks, we’ve methodically walked through the final hours of Jesus’ life. And one of the questions laid before us is, what and where will we place our trust? Who is this man Jesus? Not only historically, but cosmically, eternally. You know, we live in an era [...]


Straw poll before we begin: by a show of hands, how many of you came here this morning because among the things in your life that you need a little more of, foolishness is one of them? Is anyone here looking for a little less security in their life? What [...]


There are two trials that are happening simultaneously, one inside the home of the high priest. There, Jesus is being questioned and condemned by the leaders of the Jewish Council. But there is a very different trial taking place just outside their door in the courtyard. You see, in Jerusalem, [...]


This week, we begin a new series of sermons I’ve entitled, Jesus: The Man for All People. During the next five weeks of this season of Lent, we’ll be following the account of Jesus’ final hours leading up to the crucifixion through the Gospel of Luke. Each week, we will [...]

Moments & Movements

There are definitive moments in life when things become unmistakably real. Last week, we looked together at the story of Elijah who was discouraged, finding himself under a Broom Tree, being called by God to get up and go to Mt. Horeb. And it was there that God came to [...]

Monarchy (1 Samuel-2 Kings)

There’s an old story that preachers tell about how the Devil was having a yard sale one day and he was putting all of his tools up for sale. On that date, the tools were laid out. They had prices marked on them for public inspection, and there were a [...]

Doing Laundry with God (Joshua, Judges, Ruth)

On any given Tuesday, if you stop by the Cornell house, what you find will not be something all that remarkable, no sonnets being written or no theological expositions poured over, no invention happening, or any other creative genius for that matter. That’s because Tuesday in the Cornell household is [...]