Sermons on Ephesians

Sermons on Ephesians

Down to Earth Humility

Advent is a time of active waiting. It’s a waiting for hope that does justice, a waiting for peace that forgives freely, a waiting for joy that is merciful, a waiting for love that loves your neighbor as yourself. This Advent, we will wait actively. We will do something simple and beautiful every day. Beginning on November 27, stories, scripture and a simple invitation every day will challenge us to respond to God and others with down-to-earth love, humility, lifestyle,…

What does the Holy Spirit do?

Tongues of fire… the spirit of life… the essence of truth… the voice of God. The Holy Spirit has always been here, and will always remain. Come explore the power and comfort of the Holy Spirit. November 15 – Who is the Holy Spirit? November 22 – What does the Holy Spirit do?  What is this sermon about? This sermon is about the work of the Holy Spirit. Why is this sermon important? It is important because the work of…

Matters of the Heart

We want our family to enjoy peace, happiness, and contentment, but so often we stumble through our most important relationships. Whether you have children, parents, grandchildren or in-laws, you are invited to join First United Methodist Church for worship from September 27 to October 11 for Bless This Home. During this series, we will consider what our faith can teach us about the opportunities and challenges facing families in El Dorado. September 27 – Hungry and Thirsty October 4 –…

The Grace of Jesus Christ

The great hymns of our faith share the truth of scripture. They remind us of God’s promises in times of trouble and relax our hearts when we are overcome with worry. Songs such as, How Great Thou Art, Amazing Grace, Because He Lives and It Is Well with My Soul, give voice to our praise, prayers and the rhythm of our heart. Join First United Methodist Church on Sunday from May 24 to June 15 for Then Sings My Soul, a worship series focused on the…

Rooted in Grace

This sermon is about God’s grace and the ways that we experience and receive it. It is the second sermon in the series, Love Divine: Life as a United Methodist. During this series we consider the defining characteristics of life as a United Methodist Christian and what makes our approach to faith distinct from others.