What does it mean that Christ Is Risen?
Sermon: But Did You See the Gorilla?
Photo by David Gonzales on Pexels.com John 9:1-41| Fourth Sunday in Lent | March 19, 2023 | First Christian Church Roseville, MN Maybe you’ve seen the video. It’s the one where you are asked to count how many times a basketball is passed by a group of people as they move in what seems to... Continue Reading →
Sermon: Strange New Worlds
As we enter a new phase that is still murky, let’s do what we are called to do: preach the gospel, make disciples, and pursue God’s justice. God is calling us forward, so let’s go. Let us enter this Strange New World.
Sermon: Won’t You Be A Neighbor?
"Will we stop wondering who we can be a neighbor and focus on how we can be a neighbor?"
Sermon: Love, In the Time of Nuclear War
As a congregation, we sit at an interesting juncture. Some of us ask questions like where are we headed? Will we survive? Those are legitimate questions. I don’t know what we need to specifically do, but the answer right now is to love.
What A Beautiful World This Will Be
On this first Sunday in Lent, we talk about hope vs. optimism.
This Is Who We Are
As a nation, we strive to live up to better ideas and many times we do. But let’s not kid ourselves. We are not okay.
Swimming in Gratitude
This is my sermon from yesterday. "Swimming in Gratitude" | Matthew 18:21-35| Pentecost 15 | Dennis Sanders, preaching https://youtu.be/XsHYYK8qQr4
Sermon: Looking for Loopholes
Luke 10:25-42 Who Is My Neighbor Series First Sunday in Lent March 5, 2017 First Christian Church Mahtomedi, MN Click here to listen to the audio version. Supposedly the commedian W.C. Fields was reading a Bible one day. Fields was known for his kind of outrageous lifestyle of drinking and mistrisses, so having him... Continue Reading →
Sermon: Borrowed Time
“Borrowed Time” Luke 13:1-9, 31-35 March 12, 2017 Second Sunday in Lent Who Is My Neighbor Series First Christian Church Minneapolis, MN Click here for the audio version. A man leaves home to head into New York City and work in one the city’s tallest buildings. It’s the morning of September 11, 2001, and the... Continue Reading →