Tag: sermons

“He Will Come Again” — An Ascension Sunday Sermon

I preached two weeks ago at my church, Bellingham Covenant Church. Normally the audio of every sermon goes up on the church web site, but there were problems recording this one. For those who are interested in what I said, here are my notes: "He Will Come Again in the Same Way You Have Seen … Continue reading “He Will Come Again” — An Ascension Sunday Sermon


“A New Kind of Normal” – Loneliness

I preached this sermon yesterday at my church. It was a difficult one to write. I think this is because it was more topical instead of being based on a single Bible passage. That made it harder for me to decide what to put in and leave out. In the end, I may have put … Continue reading “A New Kind of Normal” – Loneliness

1 Corinthians 12:12-31: “One Body, Many Parts”

This past Sunday, I preached at my church. Soon the church will post the audio of it on its Web site, but for now here are my notes. I've fleshed them out a bit so you can follow the gist of the sermon: What do the letters “INFP” mean? They are a Myers-Briggs type, and … Continue reading 1 Corinthians 12:12-31: “One Body, Many Parts”

Numbers 21:4-9 – Looking for Life

Last weekend, Mary and I went down to Clear Lake, WA for me to preach at Community Covenant Church of Clear Lake. I had met the pastor there back in December at a gathering of local Covenant, and he sent out a general request for people to fill his pulpit during the month of March … Continue reading Numbers 21:4-9 – Looking for Life

Communion as Worship (I Corinthians 11:17-34)

This is the sermon I gave last Sunday, February 1, at my church. The audio can be found at the church's Web site, http://www.bellinghamcovenantchurch.org. This is the fourth sermon in a series on worship, and one very important thing that the church does when it gathers together to worship is eat the Lord's Supper together. … Continue reading Communion as Worship (I Corinthians 11:17-34)

Advent Sermon: Barrenness and Faithfulness

It's the first Sunday of Advent, and I kicked it off with a sermon at church this morning. I think it went well; people were very encouraging afterward. The only thing that I would change is that I would cut it down time-wise. I got to be over my time limit and had to rush … Continue reading Advent Sermon: Barrenness and Faithfulness