Knowing that David was a sinner too, we are able to face the reality of our own sins, knowing that we are still a part of God’s family.
Amos speaks truth to power.
David may have been a flawed leader, but God was with him.
Jesus responds to faith in amazing ways.
Our challenge is to live in the faith that Jesus spoke about on the boat that day 2000 years ago.
The Holy Spirit works with us as we seek new leadership.
Israel seeks new leadership. We can learn from it.
Ray's final sermon at Heritage!
The commandments are not some arbitrary laws that God gave us to see if we could pass some sort of test. These were given for our good and the common good.
Listen to Scott Minks's tribute to Ray!
Worship is how we respond to the awe and wonder, the glory, of the Trinitarian God. The Trinity is a mystery and our response is worship.
At Pentecost, the Holy Spirit speaks through the differences, without converting them into sameness. People aren’t invited to give up their languages, their cultures, and convert to the same way of speaking and thinking. God created diversity and we are to celebrate diversity, the diversity blessed by the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
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