Given by Rev. Carl Crider November 15, 2020 Our reading does not sound like it was made over 2,600 years ago. It describes events of both today and the past equally well. Ezekiel called the people of Judah to be accountable for their actions. He also reminded everyone that God was concerned about all people. ...
Given by Harold Fields and Cesar Valdez October 11, 2020 The touching and emotional stories of two members of our church describing their journey. God loves you.
The reading today from Psalm 46 speaks so powerfully to our own lives. The voice is personal and intimate. Everyone has encountered trouble at some point in their lives. There is a deep human connection in the Psalms.
Today's sermon by Neal Washburn comes to us from the Gospel of Luke, a parable within a story. Jesus is talking to a group of individuals who felt righteous but felt contempt for others. Jesus tells them the parable of a Pharisee and a tax collector
https://vimeo.com/169955330 On this Safe Sunday, Jaime Romo talks about what it mean to have a relationship with God. We realize that today's reading from Luke did not actually take place, it is used to serve a purpose for that community. This story of Jesus is replicated in the other gospels. It ties together other stories ...
https://vimeo.com/168491578 The story of Pentecost from the Acts of the Apostles is not an historical event. It is more of a theological event. A declaration of faith so profound that it changed history. The church was forever changed by this multicultural, multiracial, and international idea. It was now a global force, capable to take on ...
Luke regales us with the tale of Paul in Athens during the reading from the Acts of the Apostles. It is one of the most remarkable passages in the bible. It makes us feel as if we are right there listening to Paul give his greatest sermon.