Ericka’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on January 27th, 2020

Just Crispus and Gaius

Posted in Christ by LifeSpringChurch on January 27th, 2020

Paul told the Corinthian church that he had baptized none of them except Crispus and Gaius and was thankful for that because of the Corinthian church's tendency to divide into factions based on who baptized them.  

The core of the text is Paul's assertion that such factionalism empties the Cross of Christ of its power.  That is the focus of today's sermon.

200119 Jeana’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on January 22nd, 2020

I waited patiently.

Posted in faith, Psalms by LifeSpringChurch on January 22nd, 2020

 Psalm 40 is the text for this sermon.  The sermon examines the Psalmist's dependence on God for some crisis in his life.  "[The Lord] lifted me out of the pit of despair."

200112 Jennifer’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on January 13th, 2020

Preaching Peace

Posted in gospel, Christ by LifeSpringChurch on January 13th, 2020

Acts 10:34-43 is the text for this sermon.  In this text, Luke tells the story of Peter's encounter with Cornelius, a Roman centurion and a Gentile.  The opening of the gospel to Gentiles was a huge change for the formerly Jewish church in Jerusalem.  The sermon talks about the implications of this.  

200205 Bev’s Table Talk

Posted in Communion, Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on January 8th, 2020

Arise, Your Light Has Come

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This text comes from Isaiah 60 and is God's reassurance to Judah that despite Babylonian captivity in her past, God would still shine forth from her.

191229 Rich’s Table Talk

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

Putting Herod Back Into Christmas

Posted in Jesus, Christ by LifeSpringChurch on December 29th, 2019

The text for this sermon comes from Matthew 2:13-23.  It concerns the themes seen in the Old Testament (type) and the way they are reinterpreted in the New Testament (anti-type).  For example, manna which sustained Israel in the wilderness (type) and Jesus the bread of life in the New Testament (anti-type).  The sermon invited listeners to 1) have a clear vision of what God is doing today, 2) not settle for a counterfeit narrative such as what our government gives us, and 3) listening to God rather than to false voices.


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