Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons on Matthew

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A Gospel Community Produces Integrity

Are you ever frustrated when you own words and actions don’t match your core beliefs? For instance, you know you need to forgive someone, but just can’t seem to muster the energy to do so. On this All Saints’ Sunday, we define a saint as both a forgiven and forgiving sinner, one who lives a…

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A Time for Talents

A Time for Talents How do we live in times of prolonged waiting, crisis, or uncertainty? Do we hunker down and wait out the storm? Do we live with reckless abandon? Or is there another way? In the last days of his earthly life, Jesus spoke directly to this question in his parable of the…

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Living in Totality: The Jubilee

Sermon on Sunday Photograph courtesy of Jack Alterman, published with permission. Living in Totality: The Jubilee You will always remember where you were and who you were with during the Solar Eclipse last Monday. It was simply totally spectacular! In fact, the word being repeated over and over since that event is totality. It refers to…

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Approval Addiction

In John Ortberg’s The Life You’ve Always Wanted, he speaks of people’s “bondage to what others think of them”. This “approval addiction” manifests itself in people’s desire to gain approval from others, regarding their appearance, opinions and personalities. It drives them to compare themselves to others, and compare their successes to those around them. These…

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