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St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral
15 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Hope in the Desert - 11:15am Sermon
11 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Be Patient! - 9am Sermon, Youth Confirmation
14 minutes | Dec 9, 2019
A Reformation that Succeeds
15 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
A Sermon for the Ordination of Tyler Gongola - 11:15am Sermon
15 minutes | Dec 1, 2019
Peace and Hope Within Thy Walls - 9am Sermon
18 minutes | Nov 24, 2019
Who is King of Your Mountain? - 11:15am Sermon
18 minutes | Nov 24, 2019
Jesus is King - 9am Sermon
20 minutes | Nov 20, 2019
Malachi: Lessons of Faithfulness - 5:00pm Sermon
"I believed the Devil's lie that being alone is forever but God has finally shown me that nothing here on earth is forever - I am here to be used by Him to share the Gospel. He has given me a new word, a word that He has written on my heart: TEMPORARY..."
21 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
Be Prepared - 11:15am Sermon
"We follow Jesus who prepares us for whatever we face, and He gave His life for us – not just so that we could live another day, but so that we would be God’s treasured possessions, His sons and daughters forever. Jesus was seen again after His death because in Himself, He is the resurrection and the life, and therefore He is our hope. Our ultimate preparation for whatever we face in our lives is placing our hope in Him."
27 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
Veterans Day Homily
"As much as I love America, any country will let you down, it will faulter, it won’t always be just because we’re filled with sinful people in a broken world. But if you love that country, then I will tell you about another country, another kingdom. One that will not, one that will not let you down. If our earthly country is one you love so much that you would lay down your life for it, let me tell you of this other country that loves you so much, that her very king laid down His life for you."
19 minutes | Nov 10, 2019
From Here to Eternity: Our Risen Life in Christ - 11:15am Sermon
"We can trust His word; we can rest in His word. We have this hope – not wishful thinking – but certainty. We can know that we are the Lord’s now and forever. Now obviously, Jesus and the scriptures don’t give us the kind of details that our curious minds would like to have, but that’s really a blessing because our focus is on God, the Living God, the God of the Living."
13 minutes | Nov 10, 2019
God: Beyond our Imagination and our Control - 9:00am Sermon
"Not knowing the scriptures and not knowing the power of God condemns us to a sort of withered Christianity – a Christianity that offers no good news and no real hope. If God is no bigger than we are, if God’s purposes are no larger than our own, there really is no hope. But one of the great gifts of genuine faith is that it admits us to the presence of the real God. The God who is finally beyond anything we can imagine and whose goodness, and wisdom, and power are gloriously beyond our reckoning. "
14 minutes | Nov 4, 2019
All Saints': A Summary Sunday - 9:00am Sermon
"So the summary is this: present warfare with heaven breaking in, followed by victory and joy at the last. It’s been a story worth the telling and a year worth the living."
15 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
The Great Contrast - 5:00pm Sermon
“When we depend upon the grace of God, when we seek it, when we cry out for God’s mercy, when we cry out for His grace, we become more than ourselves. And that’s good news.”
18 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
The Pharisee and Tax Collector: An Issue of Trust - 11:15am Sermon
"Because, in Jesus, we’re not banking on ourselves to be acceptable on our own before God, it means we no longer have to hide our sin from God. Jesus has freed us from the separation that our sin places between us and His Father, which means we’re free to actually be honest with God. We’re free to stand before God, in the midst of our sin and name it and acknowledge it, just like the tax collector did. And one of the wonderful, really paradoxical, mysteries of this freedom, is that as we bring those things before God – our sin and our shame – God not only welcomes us in for the sake of His Son, but He also begins to set us free from the bondage of our sins, to set right in us those things that sin has twisted and confused."
21 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
Stand Firm - 11:15am Sermon
15 minutes | Oct 20, 2019
Where does my help come from? - 9am Sermon
"There’s an image here of this pilgrim being sent back out from Jerusalem back on his journey again and the blessing that God would go with him. If the God goes with you, that’s the best-case scenario. But this is a potent promise of God that we have that God will be with us. And it’s not just reserved for the heroes of the faith, for Moses and for Joshua, but it’s a promise for us as ordinary believers as we leave this building today that God goes with us. In fact, we have something even better than the Psalmist did. We have the guarantee that Jesus Himself does go with us. That the Spirit of the Living God goes with us."
22 minutes | Oct 15, 2019
God's Unexpected Plan - 11:15am Sermon
"Let us be reminded through this 3000 year old story, that even in the worst circumstances that we find ourselves in God is at work to restore His people. That the God we – you and I – are worshiping here today, right now at this very moment, is a God who has made promises to keep and sustain and lift up His people – even from death."
16 minutes | Oct 13, 2019
The Widow, the Foreigner, and the Kinsman Redeemer
“And when completely emptied, destitute, and lost, He, God, the great kinsman redeemer, chose to save her. Brothers and sisters, just the same Jesus Christ is our kinsman redeemer. He alone has the right to take away the spoils and the ruins all of our loss and our pain and the alienation and brokenness of sin. And it is through Christ alone by His sacrifice that our stains were washed clean that he bore our curse upon that cross and His death made satisfaction for us, all so that we could be reconciled to God the Father – by no merit of our own – but because of the mercy of our Lord. And it is in this complete, and life-giving grace that we all do indeed get to live the greatest story ending of all time: life everlasting.”
16 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
Where's My Treasure? A Sermon for Petertide
"Like the early Christians, let our love – and the giving which is a sign of that love – be the means by which treasure and heart come together, and by which this broken world comes to know the generosity and joy of God himself"
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