Sermons from March 2022

Sermons from March 2022

March 27: The Cross: The Means of Reconciliation With God

  This morning is the fourth week in our Lenten Journey toward the Cross of Calvary. During Lent, Pastor Drew will be preaching a 7-part sermon series which will focus on some of things Christ specifically accomplished through his suffering and crucifixion, collectively referred to as the passion of Christ. The series is entitled “Why Did Jesus Die?” and is inspired by John Piper’s book, The Passion of Jesus Christ. The main point of the whole series is that the suffering an death…

March 20: The Cross: The Means of God’s Blessings

  This morning is the third week in our Lenten Journey toward the Cross of Calvary. During Lent, Pastor Drew will be preaching a 7-part sermon series which will focus on some of things Christ specifically accomplished through his suffering and crucifixion, collectively referred to as the passion of Christ. The series is entitled “Why Did Jesus Die?” and is inspired by John Piper’s book, The Passion of Jesus Christ. The main point of the whole series is that the suffering an death…

March 13: The Cross: The Means of Freedom

  This morning is the second week in our Lenten Journey toward the Cross of Calvary. During Lent, Pastor Drew will be preaching a 7-part sermon series which will focus on some of things Christ specifically accomplished through his suffering and crucifixion, collectively referred to as the passion of Christ. The series is entitled “Why Did Jesus Die?” and is inspired by John Piper’s book, The Passion of Jesus Christ. The main point of the whole series is that the suffering an death…

March 6: Faith Not Our Own But Ours to Live By

  This morning marks the beginning of our weekly Lenten Journey toward the Cross of Calvary. During Lent, Pastor Drew will be preaching a 7-part sermon series which will focus on some of things Christ specifically accomplished through his suffering and crucifixion, collectively referred to as the passion of Christ. The series is entitled “Why Did Jesus Die?” and is inspired by John Piper’s book, The Passion of Jesus Christ. The main point of the whole series is that the suffering an death…

Ash Wedneday: Think About Your Death!

  Scripture: Joel 2:1-2, 12-13 As seasons and holidays go, I’m going to venture a guess that Lent isn’t at the top of your list of seasons you look forward to. For most of us, it’s probably one of those seasons we know is important in the life of the church and that we’re supposed to appreciate it, but its significance nevertheless eludes us. A lot of us probably come to Lent with a bit of apprehension, partly because we’re…

February 27: Surveying the Wondrous Cross

  Scripture: Psalm 27:11-14 and 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 When I survey the wondrous crossOn which the Princer of glory died;My richest gain I count but loss,And pour contempt on all my pride. Writing to the new Christian community in Corinth, Paul establishes the cross as the central paradox of the Christian faith.  It is hard for us in the twenty-first century to appreciate the impact his choice of metaphor must have had upon the ears of our first century ancestors. …