From time to time, my friends and I are asked to preach sermons in our local churches or elsewhere. Most of our sermons depart from the standard three-point, exegetical sermons many expect to hear. It is our conviction that while our sermons should be grounded in the story line that unfolds in Scripture, we believe it is legitimate and necessary to spend a considerable amount of time in any given sermon wrestling with what authentic faith looks like on the ground where we live. From our responses in the past, we know that many of our sermons make some people uncomfortable, while at the same time speak to the heart-felt needs of others. You might say they are somewhat on the edge the place we want them to be.

August 28, 2006#27Blessed Be Egypt My People
July 25, 2006#26Faith Without Borders
June 26, 2006#25Meditations on Church Family
May 29, 2006#24Christians And The New World Order
March 28, 2006#23Leaning into Lent
February 27, 2006#22From Magic to Faith
January 31, 2006#21 Taking Christmas Into Life