Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons on Matthew

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Do You Need Jesus

As your Rector and Shepherd, I can’t emphasize enough how critical Palm Sunday and Holy Week are both to our spiritual lives and to our understanding of Jesus. I urge you therefore, whatever you have planned that would take you away from worship on Palm Sunday and Holy Week, reschedule it! I promise you will…

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How to Make Disciples Jesus’ Way

“How can we be a light to the world rather than a mirror of the world? There is probably no greater foundational challenge from Western culture today than the challenge of living our lives as Jesus would, so that people see light rather than darkness and confusion. We call it discipleship, and it is a…

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Rebuilding Broken Lives

Nathanael said to Philip, “Can anything good come out of Nazareth?” Philip said to him, “Come and see.” When God’s people embrace the challenge to “come and see,” God shows up and His people are blessed beyond measure. Even the most broken of lives can be rebuilt when they are brought to Jesus. Spread the…

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The Call To Followship

We often talk about fellowship, we rarely talk about followship. When we look at Matthew 4, we find one phrase repeated three times in six verses, and that phrase is follow-me, or followship. There are many great leaders, but practicing followship isn’t all that easy! Today we will highlight Andrew. Andrew lived as a follower…

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A Plunge in the Depths

Sermon on Sunday A Plunge in the Depths Baptism. Most of us reading this have either been baptized or seen a baptism. Christian baptism is something different from the baptism which Jesus experienced, yet his baptism and ours have a couple of remarkable parallels. But the very fact of Jesus presenting himself to John for…

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Show Me a Sign, Lord

How many of us have ever uttered those words? Perhaps you face a major decision in your life and need to know which way to turn, or even find yourself interceding for another and again, looking for a sign on their behalf. As we continue our Advent journey in the book of Isaiah, we realize…

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The Return of the Ransomed

Have you ever felt like you were walking through a dry and barren desert, a wilderness, a wasteland? Have you ever felt weak and anxious and sensed that you’ve somehow wandered off the path and can’t find your way back? In Isaiah 35 the prophet looks to a day of restoration and healing, when the…

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