New Day Sermon Pentecost 22 Math, grammar, and the promise of the resurrection…or in a few simple words how Jesus offers us hope in the now and not yet.
New Day Sermon Reformation Sunday Lutherans have often celebrated Reformation Sunday as an “in-house” glorification of the blessings of the Lutheran perspective. Now, in a rapidly changing world with expanded horizons, how do we live and witness as Lutheran Christians in a pluralistic human community. Join our New Day community in our engagement of the…
New Day Sermon Pentecost 18 When we’re at our edge God sends us bridges. What may prevent us from taking them?
New Day Sermon Pentecost 17 It’s budget season! We budget all the time, but some things God simply doesn’t want you to budget…
New Day Sermon Michael And All Angels Angels, war, and the battles we face every day. In the battlefields of our lives, where do we encounter God?
New Day Sermon Pentecost 15 Do you think “the end justifies the means?” That is one of the questions that today’s story of the “Dishonest Steward” calls to mind. What do we do with this extremely challenging parable of Jesus? Tune in for some ideas that you can consider around this story that only shows…
New Day Sermon Pentecost 13 We make choices every day, but how often do we consider the cost of our choices? And how does God invite us into making costly (holy) choices?
New Day Sermon Pentecost 12 The world often tells us that to ‘win’ at life we have to follow a path or live by its rules, but Jesus invites us to live differently…to live in kingdom living.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 11 Seeing eye to eye…the eyes are the window to the soul… the eyes have it… what do they have? The have knowledge, history, hurts, hopes…and if you look closely enough…maybe even the divine.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 10 Sometimes Jesus’ words seem almost too difficult to accept. Today we wrestle with some of those words and consider how we see in them a reminder that even when Jesus seems harsh, he is speaking to us in love.