'hope' Tagged Sermons

'hope' Tagged Sermons

Declarations of Your Heart

Giving helps us become what God wants us to be. Giving is not merely about the church’s need for money but about the Christian’s need to grow in generosity. Generosity is a fruit of the Spirit, a sign of our spiritual growth. God uses our giving to change the world for God’s purposes, and God uses our giving to reconfigure our interior lives and to change us! Sep 24, 2017 Ministry Flow 1 Timothy 6:17-19 Oct 1, 2017 The Art…

Life Everlasting

We’re all searching for something to believe. Sometimes the search is easy. But sometimes our questions are complicated and what to believe is difficult to determine and even harder to articulate. Join First United Methodist Church for Believe – a new worship series in which we will explore the essential beliefs of the Christian faith and why these beliefs matter. We will examine the truths that give meaning and purpose to life. If you are curious about Christianity, looking for…

Christianity and Suicide

What we believe about death profoundly shapes how we live life. Each of us faces death regularly–whether it is the stories on the evening news, or the loss of someone we love. We have questions about death and ultimately we want to know how to face our own mortality with courage and hope. April 26 – Christianity and Suicide May 3 – Faith and Hope for Life and the Afterlife May 10 – Comforting Those Who Mourn May 17 –…

Resurrection

Jesus didn’t come to start a religion. The rebel Jesus came with a renegade gospel to start a revolution. Join First United Methodist Church in worship as we discover Jesus all over again. February 22 – Come, Follow Me March 1 – Discovering the Rebel Jesus March 8 – Revolutionary Lifestyle March 15 – The Most Important Question You Will Ever Have to Answer March 22 – Seeing Jesus Today March 29 – The Way of the Cross April 5 – Resurrection  What is this sermon about?…

Making Sense of the Bible

Matthew 3:13-­4:4 This sermon is about the Bible and some of the basics of what it is and is not. It is important because it addresses some of misconceptions about the Bible and gives an overview of the story found in the book which is the essential guide to our Christian faith.