We live amidst the magic of technology.  And we live in an era where advances in science have, apparently, removed the mystery from our lives.  And maybe we are uncomfortable with the idea of a life that is dependent on something supernatural.  Whatever the reason, we tend to de-emphasize the amazing opportunity of living a life empowered by God’s Spirit.

Beginning on Pentecost Sunday, we are considering the question “What does it mean to have the Spirit of the risen Christ working in my  life?  The sermons below consider an unusual set of passages.  For example, what does Jesus driving evil spirits out of a man have to do with Jesus in me?

The start times for sermons are listed with each entry, but please stop and enjoy the rest of the service and some amazing music.

Pentecost Sunday, May 23, 2021.  “Which Great Commission?”  First scripture (27:22), second scripture, an amazing duet and sermon (40:00).

Sunday, May 30, 2021.  “Spirit of a Dead-Raiser.”  The scripture passage (Luke 7:11-17) and sermon begin at 32:00.

Sunday, June 6, 2021.  We celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of each month.  The sermon is “How Do I Know I am Forgiven?” based on Jesus’ encounter with a self-righteous religious leader and a humble sex worker.  The scripture passage (Luke 7:36-50) and sermon begin at 38:30.

Sunday, June 13, 2021.  “I’ve Always Wanted to be an Exorcist” is a sermon based on Jesus’  encounter with a homeless, self-harming demon-possessed man who lived in a cemetery near the Sea of Galilee.  The scripture (Luke 8) and sermon begin at 32:00.