191117 Gloria’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on November 22nd, 2019

No One Asked for Help

Posted in discipleship by LifeSpringChurch on November 22nd, 2019

Isaiah 65:17-25 is the text for this week's sermon.  The sermon examines what happens when we humans neglect to take care of the "things of God."

191110 Gloria’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on November 11th, 2019

A Huge Crowd

Posted in sin, discipleship by LifeSpringChurch on November 11th, 2019

This sermon comes from Hebrews 11:32-12:14.  In this text, the writer calls attention to the great people of faith that preceded his readers and how they should not allow "weights" to keep them from living in the same victorious way as the crowd of witnesses.

My Redeemer Lives

Posted in Christ by LifeSpringChurch on November 11th, 2019

This week's sermon comes from Job 19:23-27a and concerns Job's optimism that a redeemer would come to his rescue.  We don't know if this passage is Messianic or not, nevertheless it demonstrates what optimism looks like in the life of a believer.

191103 Bev’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on November 11th, 2019

191020 Taylor’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on October 20th, 2019

Where Your Interests Lay

Posted in worship by LifeSpringChurch on October 20th, 2019

Using Urban Holmes model of Christian Spirituality, this sermons looks at the ways we are different from each other in what we look for in worship.  The text comes from Acts 2:42-47.

190929 Jeana’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on September 29th, 2019

Sophie’s Choice

Posted in integrity, persistence by LifeSpringChurch on September 29th, 2019

This sermon looks first at all the kinds of "alien" that live among us as a way of exploring what it is like to have a keen understanding of what it means to be different than everyone around you.

It then looks at Peter's exhortation to live courageously and with integrity despite whatever persecution may come.  Having looked at what it must be like to live as an alien, misunderstood, and criticized because of the difference.  Peter says it is better to suffer for doing good rather than ill.

By so doing we are like Jesus who lived in that way.


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