Sermons on 1 Corinthians

DO Share Gifts

Earlier this month, I got a flat tire from a tear in the sidewall.  Without a spare tire in my car (hybrids use that space for a battery), I relied on the next best option.  As I was waiting for Triple A to come and tow my car, there was a parade of generous people who came by happy to share their…

Do Luke

Do Luke:   Authenticator of the Miracles and Message of Jesus “Matthew, Mark, Luke and John”, when Christians hear these four names, most automatically think of the Gospel writers.  Scholars believe the Gospels were written between 40 and 90 AD, the hastening factor being the death of eyewitnesses, the first generation of Christians who actually knew Jesus. The Disciples believed that Jesus would…

Do Pause to Remember

“Do this in remembrance of me.” Throughout the world, across denominations.  There is plenty that divides us in the body of Christ.  We have different understandings and theological posturings of what happens during Communion.  This we hold in common: Do this in Remembrance of Me. Throughout this season of Lent, we have been pausing.  On this holy night, we pause to remember. …

DO: Do Pause to Know God

A kindergarten teacher was observing her classroom of children while they drew pictures. Occasionally, she would walk around the room to see each child’s work. “What are you drawing?” she asked one little girl who was working diligently at her desk. The girl replied, “I’m drawing God.” The teacher paused and said, “But no one knows what God looks like.” The little…

Called To Love

After a snow hiatus last week, we find ourselves continuing in the series traveling with Paul on the calls in our lives. Paul traveled extensively throughout the Ancient World sharing the gospel, encountering open hearts and conflicts, often in the same place. As we talk this morning about one of the most familiar names and…