Sermons by Rev. Todd Harris (Page 2)

Sermons by Rev. Todd Harris (Page 2)

Living As A Beloved Child

What if we truly lived our lives knowing that we are a beloved child of God? On this Sunday, we’ll remember our baptism and know we are loved, knowomg we don’t have to live by the world’s standards. We’ll discover the possibilities in our baptism by saying yes to life. Discipleship Pathway Emphasis: Inviting Luke 3: 15-17 Sunday January 13 2019 Rev Todd Harris

Xchanging Fear for Love

What if we could exchange our despair, chaos, fear, bitterness, and darkness for the very best God offers through hope, love, joy, peace, and light?

Xchanging Despair for Hope

December 2 2018 First Sunday of Advent Luke 21:25-36 Rev. Todd Harris, preaching Exchanging gifts comes with the season. Sure, sometimes gift exchanges are a hassle, but in the end,  we occasionally receive that for which we’d hoped.What if we could do the same the heaviness that comes with Advent? What if we could exchange our despair, chaos, fear, bitterness, and darkness for the very best God offers through hope, love, joy, peace, and light? It can be ours if…

My Church

November 25 2018 Commitment Sunday Colossians 2:7, 3: 12-17 Rev. Todd Harris, preaching Gratitude makes us happier people, leading more fulfilled and generous lives. Gratitude is important in relationships at home, work, and church. We support that for which we are thankful. Come with us this November as we create a sense of gratitude for the church and lead us to making a financial commitment to the church for 2019.

Outside the City Gate

Sunday October 28 2018Acts 16: 11-15Rev Todd Harris, preaching One of the greatest challenges for the church today is that the world in which we live is completely different than the world was 10 to 20 years ago. And the world continues to change. The road map to the future is unclear! How do we create a new path into the future? What’s essential for the Church to thrive?

A Church That Thrives is a Church Committed to its Mission

Luke 4: 16-30 One of the greatest challenges for the church today is that the world in which we live is completely different than the world was 10 to 20 years ago. And the world continues to change. The road map to the future is unclear! How do we create a new path into the future? What’s essential for the Church to thrive?