Sermons by Pastor Jason


Resurrecting Jesus Today

Resurrecting Jesus Today

Speaker: | April 24, 2017

Rwanda. 1994. Just after Easter.  In 100 days over 800,000 Tutsi people are killed by the Hutu majority government.  An estimated 70-80% of the Tutsi population. After the genocide was halted by the Rwandan Patriotic...


Living Resurrection

Living Resurrection

Speaker: | April 17, 2017

Those of us who grew up Christian have a pre-understanding of Easter, just as we do of Good Friday and Christmas. That understanding shapes the way we hear of these stories. To be sure, it...


Divergence

Divergence

Speaker: | April 11, 2017

There’s an old familiar Robert Frost poem that speaks about diverging roads. You are probably familiar with its most famous line about taking the road less traveled and that making all the difference. Yet the...


Becoming Whole Again

Becoming Whole Again

Speaker: | April 03, 2017

I remember starting the 5th grade. There was some confusion about what teacher I had that year. You see, my teacher had just been married. The previous year, she was Ms Slaughter…not exactly the name...


God Welcomes Everyone

God Welcomes Everyone

Speaker: | March 27, 2017

Yesterday, my friend from CLT, my right hand man in ministry, my brother, came to visit us. I have spoken about him before. Ray has a checkered history that follows him everywhere he goes –...


Losing OUR Way

Losing OUR Way

Speaker: | March 07, 2017

Kids get lost in the department store. Sailors get lost at sea. We use GPS to keep us from getting lost while driving. When we cannot find something we look in the lost and found. When something goes terribly...


Changed

Changed

Speaker: | February 26, 2017

Someone who has changed my life: Caren Enloe. She taught me more about life than I could begin to explain. I always enjoyed music, but Caren changed me.  During the summer before high school, she...


The Pressure of Perfection

The Pressure of Perfection

Speaker: | February 19, 2017

Perfect. It’s the word we use for affirming someone when they have done something for us. That Valentine’s Brunch yesterday was perfect! We use it almost unconsciously when we want to say thank you and...


Choose Life

Choose Life

Speaker: | February 12, 2017

On Thursday at prayer meeting, we had a short and unplanned discussion on biblical inerrancy. In some ways this is a topic that divides the church. That is, you either believe the Bible is inerrant or you...