Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Siege of Jerusalem

The sermon for January 26th comes from 1 Corinthians 1:10-18, and draws heavily on the history of Jerusalem. The Siege of Jerusalem The destruction of the Second Temple in 70 AD is for the New Testament what the fall of … Continue reading

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Holy Wednesday – The Disease of Handwashing

Holy Wednesday was a wild day at FPC. There was a gas leak across the street from the church, that took all day to fix. Thanks to some excellent work by our lunch organizers and some happy hosting by First … Continue reading

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On Explaining the Unexplainable

This week’s sermon focuses on the doctrine of the Trinity and the difficulty we have with explaining it. Check out John 1:29-42, and Matthew 3:13-17 to learn more. And check out this video, which does a great job at explaining … Continue reading

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Joseph for Stepfather of the Year

This week’s sermon comes from the story of Joseph, Herod, and the flight to Egypt. Take a look at Matthew 1:18-2:23 to read the whole story. Joseph the Step-Father I want to spent this Sunday talking about Joseph, for two … Continue reading

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