The Great Week

by Rev. Jason Radmacher Text: Mark 11:1-11 Palm Sunday With its familiar chorus of “Hosanna” sung by green branch waving congregations, Palm Sunday is one of the most dramatic Sundays in the life of the Church. It’s been since ancient times. ...

Snake Bit

by: Rev. Jason Radmacher Fourth Sunday in Lent John 3:16 is one of the Bible’s most treasured passages. Many Christians regard it as their favorite scripture, finding in these words a beautiful summary of the Good News and a powerful source of inspi ...

Create in Me

by: Rev. Jason Radmacher Text: Pslam 51 Few people capture the imagination of Old Testament readers like King David. When he first came on to the scene, he gave hope to underdogs everywhere by bringing down Goliath, the ultimate one man wreaking cre ...

Choose Carefully

by: Rev. Jason Radmacher Text: Book of Jonah Cedars of Lebanon is the final song on U2’s 2009 album No Line on the Horizon. Lyrically, the song comes from the perspective of a weary war correspondent. It speaks of homesickness and loneliness while j ...

All This

by: Rev. Jason Radmacher Text: Mark 1:4-11 The Gospels according to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John agree that the turning point in Jesus’ public life was his baptism in the Jordan River by the hand of his cousin John. Today, we’ve heard Mark’s rec ...

For Us

by: Rev. Jason Radmacher Text: Luke 2 Tonight we tell a very familiar story. Long, long ago, the prophets of ancient Israel foresaw a leader, anointed of God, who would deliver them from physical and spiritual futility. Rooted in their community’ ...