Due to the infant baptism that took place earlier in the service, Rev. Kennedy changed his sermon to reflect on the nature and meaning of baptism in our Christian faith.
The story of Zacchaeus, the tax collector and his encounter with Jesus.
The Old Testament prophet Joel speaks a prophecy that is picked up later by Peter to justify the events of Pentecost and to point to a new working of the Holy Spirit.
We learn three principles from Jacob’s experience of wrestling with God that can help us in our own struggles.
In Paul’s letter to Timothy he passes the torch to a new generation and encourages faithfulness to sound doctrine.
Rev. Gary Kennedy continues with the theme of faith, showing how even the smallest seed can produce incredible results.
Rev. Gary Kennedy looks at The Letter to the Ephesians to help us understand the importance of Christian unity.
If we have faith as small as a tiny mustard seed we can move the mountains that threaten to overwhelm us.