April 26, 2020: The Journey of Joy (Livestream)

A month before we found ourselves in this unusual shut down, I announced to our communications director this spring sermon series. Little did I know how authentic that would be. What if God did have other plans? How do we

Sunday, April 19: The Leverage of Love (Livestream)

A month before we found ourselves in this unusual shut down, I announced to our communications director this spring sermon series. Little did I know how authentic that would be. What if God did have other plans? How do we

April 12, 2020: Easter Sunday (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

April 5, 2020: Sixth Sunday in Lent (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

March 29, 2020: Fifth Sunday in Lent (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

March 22, 2020: Fourth Sunday in Lent (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

March 8, 2020: Dear Woman, Here Is Your Son…Here Is Your Mother

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

March 1, 2020: Today You Will Be With Me in Paradise

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

Feb. 26, 2020 (Ash Wednesday): Father, Forgive

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

February 23, 2020: The Death of Jesus Brings Life

A young millennial recently asked me, “What does your church stand for?” As I gratefully celebrate the past 10 years, and focus on what the next 10 years may hold for us at Asbury, I have been seriously considering this