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Sermons by Mike Richardson

Moses – Who Am I? – The One Who Has Fallen

Who was Moses, really? Over the course of the winter months we have examined Moses life from many possible perspectives. Was he a prince, a fugitive, a shepherd, a prophet, a leader, one who was fallen, or, as we will examine this Sunday, a friend of God. Being a true, authentic “friend of God” would be an admirable role. But was would…

Moses – Who Am I? – Who Can Redeem Us?

Moses played many roles as he led the people of Israel out of bondage, across the barren wilderness, to their final destination of the Promised Land. Some of these roles fell naturally to him, others made him feel more uncomfortable. One of his most difficult roles was to proclaim God’s laws, commands and dire warnings. God’s people were stubborn and often disobeyed…

Moses – Who Am I? – A Prophet of God?

What do you say when someone tells you they have both good new and bad news, and asks you which would you like to hear first? Are you a “good news” first kind of person, or do you prefer to face the “bad news” first? Whenever our thoughts turn to matters of faith, we are all too aware that there is both…

Moses – Who Am I? – A Writer for God?

Moses led a fascinating life. From his humble birth as a Hebrew slave to his rise to as a prince of Egypt, his journey in life continued to shift and change from being a fugitive, to a shepherd, to one who had direct encounters with God. Where did all these shifting roles and identities lead him? Back to the desert again. This…

Moses – Who Am I? – A Prince of Egypt?

This winter we will be studying the story of Moses found in the book of Exodus. We will focus our studies on the ever-shifting roles and identities that Moses was called to play out in his pursuit of God. Beginning with his birth in the humblest of circumstances, Moses was delivered into the hands of Pharaoh’s daughter, was raised as an Egyptian…

This Christmas Morning

Merry Christmas! There is something very special about celebrating Christmas on a Sunday morning, because, no matter how hard we try, we often struggle to keep the real story of Christmas the central focus of the Christmas season. But on this morning, this Christmas morning, we clear away all the distractions and direct our thoughts to the story told by Luke in…

The Peace of Christmas

We have already faced the first winter storm of the season and have endured the cold icy blast of the polar vortex. Yet Christmas is still a week away. This could be a long, cold winter. But before we have to face the harshness of winter we can experience the wonder of Christmas. We have already talked about the love and joy…