Sunday, January 2, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellHabakkuk 3
Sunday, December 19, 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellLuke 1.50,56The end result of the works of God and their focus on the coming of Immanuel is the fulfillment of God’s promise to Abraham. Where do we fit in? Are we the descendants of Abraham? How is the Bible’s story the story of Abraham?
Sunday, December 12, 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellLuke 1.51-54The weight of Mary’s Magnificat is placed on a list of the things that God has done. What has he done according to this servant? What litany of the works of God would form the lyrics of your song of praise?
Sunday, December 5, 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellLuke 1.46-47Mary sings about her soul and her spirit. Are these synonyms or a differentiation between two aspects of our humanness? How then do these aspects contribute to our religious or spiritual lives? Should we add body to the mix and learn to worship with all of our beings?
Sunday, November 28, 2010Speaker: Ian CampbellLuke 1.46, 48-49Ever since the life of Jesus Mary has been the fascination of the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Church and venerating her is central to their faith. The Protestant Church draws criticism and more because of indifference to Mary. Who was she and how do we understand her part in the drama of Christianity?
Sunday, November 21 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellCol 2.1-3The Apostle Paul expresses his concern for believers who “have not seen his face” or literally “in the flesh.” Does that pique our interest in these days of not having experienced church in person? The same concerns are for those with whom we are together in person or virtually. What are they?
Sunday, November 14, 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellEphesians 2.19-22; 4.1-16We are called into service as followers of Christ and thoroughly equipped to fulfill our responsibilities. As we seek to re-set church what can we unlearn and relearn in these times?
Sunday November 7, 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellNovember 7thPhilippians 2.19-30Leadership has failed us in the past generation of church. We have been hurt and grieved by leadership failures and sense that we have wandered from the New Testament model of leading. Celebrity has been the downfall of many and is far from what we have been taught from early times. Timothy and …
Sunday, October 31, 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellThe story of Esther has the fascinating aspect of the “unseen Hand” as we realize that while absent from the plot God is active yet unseen. How is this true in our lives and the events of history? Whether in the story of Joseph who remembers the treachery of his brothers as God having “meant …
Sunday, October 24, 2021Speaker: Ian CampbellEsther 2, 5Haman and Esther are contrasted in how they each plan to attend a banquet. For Haman it was an “all about me” celebration; for Esther it was “all about my people.” What can we learn about the celebration events of our lives?