Our Father: Psalm 8
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
We live in a world filled with selfies. But David challenges us to see ourselves as part of God's selfie. When we do, we discover that He has even bigger plans for us than we could have ever imagined.
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Call to Exodus: Psalm 1
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
This Sunday we are beginning a new series on the Psalms. We begin with Psalm 1 and its call to Exodus out of the deception and wickedness of this world and into God's New Creation.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
To have a story you have to live a story. And once you do, you can share it with your world. The women who came to Jesus' tomb on Easter morning did just that. And we can do the same as we experience Jesus' resurrection life.

All In
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
What does it mean to be "all in"? A poor widow shows us the answer when her tiny offering turns out to be of greater value than those of the rich and famous.

Healing Faith
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Luke introduces us to what it truly means to be a disciple. He does so by introducing us to a woman named Joanna who put into action Jesus' teachings and shows us how to choose the greater Kingdom.

Study notes attached to sermon notes

Rev. Roland Ludlam
What's the best way to overcome sin and moral corruption? Quarantine or forgiveness? Jesus points the way in a story with a dramatic encounter and a totally unexpected outcome.

Thumbs Up!
Rev. Roland Ludlam
This sermon is the first in our 2015 Easter series. In it we see how God used two unlikely women to bring about the supreme act of deliverance for us all.

Study notes midweek session are attached to the sermon

Rev. Roland Ludlam
What's your endgame? How do you want to be remembered? Jesus tells a story in which He shows us that God entrusts us with time and talents to assure that our endgame brings us into the win column.

Uh Oh!
Rev. Roland Ludlam
God's Kingdom is coming, but are you ready for it when it arrives? Jesus tells a story about a group of bridesmaids: some of them were ready for the festivities, but others were not. What will you need to do to be sure that you are ready for Him?

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Jesus tells a story about guests who were invited to the wedding of the king's son. Their failure to R.S.V.P. properly costs them everything. God has invited you to become part of His New Creation. How will you R.S.V.P.?

Whose Garden?
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Jesus tells a story that raises a most important question: Is our life our own, or do we belong to Him?

Fair Share
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Did you know you are wired for fairness? So what happens when things aren't fair? And what happens when someone -- like God -- is too generous? Jesus tells a challenging story that helps us understand what it means to receive our "fair share" in God's Kingdom.

All Is Forgiven
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Building on the good foundation of Jesus' words means learning to put the kind of forgiveness that God offers us into practice in our daily lives. Jesus tells an unforgettable story to make just that point.

When Things Don't Go According To Plan
Andrew Zemianek

Storm Warning!
Rev. Roland Ludlam
A building is only as good as its foundation. Jesus warns us that we dare not build our lives on anything less than His Word. Only then will we be able to withstand the storms of life.

Rev. Roland Ludlam
Jesus' birth marked Day One in God's New Creation. a prophet named Simeon announced God's coming to God's People, Jew and Gentile. The challenge to us is to be sure we are living in God's new Day.

The Word Made Flesh
Rev. Roland Ludlam
John's Christmas Story takes us all the way back to Creation and all the way forward to God's New Creation. But in order for God to come and set us free, He had to become flesh and blood: the Word made flesh.

Immanuel -- God With Us
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Matthew's Christmas Story tells us what it means for God's long  awaited King to come home to His people. The King's coming is announced by a sign, and how we respond to that sign says alot about how we will respond to the King.

Savior, Christ the Lord
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Luke's Christmas Story anchors Jesus' birth in the complex world of His time. Even His titles meant different things to different people. In order to live out Luke's Christmas Story, we, too, must make Him Savior and Lord in every aspect of our lives.

You Are My Son
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Did you know that Mark tells the Christmas Story? Each gospel does so in a unique way. As the first gospel to be written, Mark reminds us that Christmas starts in the wilderness and reveals the Son of God.

Promised Land
Rev. Roland Ludlam
John brings us home to the Promised Land. And when we arrive, we find ourselves with the One Who is both the Beginning and the End, learning that the End is not an event, but a person.

Notes for the sixth cycle are at the end of the sermon notes.

Egypt Defeated
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Are you ready for God's call to move out in the Exodus Journey? John issues that call as he sums up the final judgments upon this world's kingdom.

Notes for Wednesday study are at the end of the sermon notes.

The Golden Calf
Rev. Roland Ludlam
Our New Exodus journey will eventually bring us to the decision of who or what will be our God. For Israel, it was the choice between God and a golden calf of their own making. In Revelation 13 we meet the enemy as a seemingly all-powerful and very seductive world power. We face the same choices today.

Note: the study notes for Wednesday evening are at the end of the sermon text.

Call to March
Rev. Roland Ludlam
John's visions of the Seven Trumpets present us with question of why people don't repent even when facing judgment or calamity. The answer is found in God's call for his people to be his witnesses in this world.

Study notes for Wednesday evening are at the end of the sermon notes.

Passover Lamb
Rev. Roland Ludlam
John takes us on a breathtaking ride from the heights of Heaven into the chaos of a world ruled by evil, and back up again to God's Presence. In this second vision cycle we learn Who God is, and how He repairs His creation through His Passover Lamb.

Study notes for Wednesday, October 29th are attached to the sermon notes.

Egypt or Exodus?
Rev. Roland Ludlam
In this message we explore the first of 6 vision cycles in Revelation. We hear Jesus' words to the church living here in this world. Then as now, it faced serious challenges: assimilation to culture, persecution, complacency. And then as now, Christians had to decide whether to go forward on Exodus or go back to Egypt. Small Group Questions are at the end of the sermon notes.