Sermons by Scott Parish
In Hebrews 12:12-17, the author admonishes his readers to live holy lives and calls out a number of specific sins to be watchful for in the church.
In Hebrews 12:1-11, Paul uses the metaphor of a race to encourage his readers to cast aside those things that hinder our pursuit of Christ.
Scott Parrish explores a series of texts that point to the purpose for the incarnation of Christ: his death and resurrection. Luke 2:6-7, Hebrews 2:17-18, Psalm 139:13-17, Psalm 40:6-8
Continuing from last week, in Matthew 19:5-6 Jesus corrects the pharisees’ understanding of marriage by going back to its creation in Genesis 2.
In Matthew 19:3-4, Jesus corrects the pharisees in their understanding of marriage by going back to creation. So also in this modern era must we correct our own and our culture’s misunderstandings about the sexuality and gender by returning to scripture.
The story of Joseph shows us God’s hand in the events of history as he works out his plan of redemption.
Scott Parish leads us through an investigation of what it means to worship God.