Remember, remember… Joshua 4:1-5:12
Why is it important to remember? What happens when we forget? When Israel crossed the Jordan River they did certain things to make sure they remembered what God did for them. What do we need to remember? And what happens when we forget? Sermon from the 22nd of February, 2015.
Crossing Over – Joshua 3
There are many ways to divide people but the most significant way is between those convinced of God's Promise and those who are not (yet). Hear how this need not lead to superiority or derision in this message from the 8th of February, 2015.
A Life For Yours – Hidden in Mercy – Joshua 2
When Israel's spies were checking out Jericho, they were hidden in the home of Rahab, a prostitute. Rahab in turn was spared when Israel came into the Promised Land - by hanging out a red cord from her window. This story will show us what we first encounter in the Gospel promises, who that promise is for, and how we too are hidden under a sign of mercy. From the 25th of January, 2015.
A Promise for a People – Joshua 1
God called Joshua to have strength and courage. What is the true source of our strength and courage? Is it from ourselves? Through the Gospel we can be strong and courageous through the Promise, within a People, and through a Person. From the 11th of January, 2015.
Pastoral Letter – 2015
It is fitting to start the year with a pastoral letter. Not one of us knows what 2015 will bring – as individuals or as a congregation. There is only One who knows the future, but we can prepare for what is ahead. A long tradition of pastoral letters exists to encourage, teach, guide, as well as to ask for prayer. This is the second time that we begin the year with such a letter...