Sometimes, characters from nativity displays go missing. Unfortunately, nativity theft is a common crime. Can you guess which character is stolen the most? The baby Jesus is the character that’s most frequently stolen. In that case, we ask the question, where is Jesus? That’s a great question to ask during Christmas Eve worship. Has Jesus gone missing from our lives?
Modern song lyrics, classic poetry, and movies often speak of the heart. But what is the heart? What does it mean to give our hearts and especially what does it mean to give our hearts to God?
Today’s sermon comes to us from John 11:28-44, centered around the story of Lazarus which contains the shortest verse of the bible. Follow along with Dr. Worley today as we examine ourselves through the tears of Jesus.
God has promised to accept us, so we as the people of God should accept one another.
Sermon preached at Gold Canyon United Methodist Church in Gold Canyon, Arizona on December 23, 2018 by Dr. David Worley
The message will focus on four insights found in Prov. 3: 5, 6 which constitute fundamental advice for life. These four insights include a principle, a precaution, a practicality and a promise.
We have an identity in Christ that cannot be stolen and is central to who we are, why we are here and where we are going.
Sermon preached at Gold Canyon United Methodist Church in Gold Canyon, Arizona on February 14, 2018 by Dr. David Worley