Sermons on “Luke”

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Traditional Service, “Known”

Human beings have two incompatible desires: To be fully free and to be fully known. The Good Shepherd with his crook seems like an unlikely solution to this dilemma, but there is a way forward.

Fr. Thomas Kincaid

Traditional Service, “Do We Want a King?”

Do we even want Christ to be King? Do we want him to reign from a cross? What made the thief crucified next to Jesus believe? Why do these questions go together?

Fr. Joe Hermerding

Traditional Service, “Haters Gonna Hate”

Why does Jesus tell us to hate our fathers and mothers and sisters and brothers? What is the price tag on following him?

Fr. Joe Hermerding

Traditional Service, “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark”

What is the fire that Jesus says he comes to “cast onto the earth”? It is the fire of God’s love.

Ryan Waller

Uptown Service, “This Very Night”

If we knew how much time we had left, then we’d get our lives in order. Right? Maybe. Two years? Ten years? Fifty? It’s all just five minutes. Young or old, healthy or sick, it’s later than we think. We have today. Only today. What shall we do?