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Just the Beginning...
As we begin the season of Lent, Pastor Adam considers the life and ministry of John the Baptist, a prophet who called his people to repentance in preparation for the coming of Jesus, the Son of God.
Better Together Under One Roof
Close relationships with our partners are really difficult during the isolation of a pandemic. In this week's sermon, Pastors Wendy Lyons Chrostek and Scott Chrostek provide some tips on how to strengthen our relationships with the people we live with.
We are made for connection – we're designed to belong with others. But for many of us, that community is hard to find in this time of social isolation. In this sermon, Pastors Scott and Wendy Lyons Chrostek speak to us from their own home about how we can connect with the people around us.
God and Suffering
Does God cause suffering? If God is all-powerful, why doesn't God stop cancer and illness and pandemics and natural disasters? Wouldn't a good God stop those things? In this week's sermon, Pastor Adam Hamilton considers the relationship between God and the pain we experience in our broken world.
The Love of God and The Logic of Hell
Does God condemn people to hell? What happens to good people after death? Is there an afterlife? In this week's sermon, Pastor Adam Hamilton shares how he reads the scriptures that talk about the afterlife – and why he thinks hell is a reflection of the love of God.
Making Sense of the Bible
Is the Bible a Magic 8 Ball? Is it a roadmap? A love letter straight from God? In this week's sermon, Pastor Adam Hamilton considers what the Bible is – and what it's not – and how we ought to use it in our daily lives.
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Absolutely life changing.
Adam Hamilton has been the first pastor to truly bring me towards God. I used to go to church, honestly, as an obligation. Adam’s sermons were entirely responsible for bringing to a now deep, embodied faith. His humility, beyond genuine nature of speaking, the way he lives out his words in his own life but also takes ownership as himself as a sinner . . you truly leave his sermons feeling so uplifted, so inspired, and so moved to be Jesus’ people and love and help and support others; which is what this truly should be all about.
I am so thankful to be able to listen to these sermons while living abroad. It’s so refreshing to hear Adam’s perspective on the Bible and current issues, when I often find myself so frustrated with many churches/sermons/pastors. Thank you for having it available as a podcast!!!!