To Love Mercy

Micah 6:8 I gave this sermon at Piermont Congregational Church today. It is a message of God’s mercy and how we’re to have a similar heart using the story of Jonah as an illustration. Continue Reading

Children of God

I gave this sermon today at Corinth Bible Church in Corinth, VT. The main scripture passage is 1 John 3:1-11. I didn’t remember to press record until after my intro story. Read that story first. When Bekah was about a year and a half old we were flying up to New Hampshire to visit family.… Continue Reading

Sewell Story – November 2017 Newsletter

November 2017 “Watch Me Do it.” – Jesus   We have been in   a season of watching God be God. It’s exciting, and it’s changing us all. We believe you’ll be encouraged as you read these testimonies of the greatness of God. It’s been six years since God told us to move to the… Continue Reading

To Be A Disciple

This is a sermon I gave at Piermont Congregational Church today on how to be a Disciple of Jesus Christ. Beth and I wrote it together. Let us know what you think. Luke 14:25-33 Now large crowds were going along with Him; and He turned and said to them, 26 “If anyone comes to Me,… Continue Reading

The Joy of the Lord – Nehemiah 8

This was my sermon today mostly from Nehemiah 8. Too long – don’t want to listen? Joy is a fruit of the Spirit. For a Christian joy should be a normal disposition, but it’s not just an emotion. It’s a decided position of the heart. Continue Reading

Subtle Passive Aggressive Political Meme Wallpapers

Here’s some inspirational political art by me, Beth and a friend named Kat. These images are to help you better express yourself during this special season. I crowd sourced the quotes to make sure to cover a broad spectrum of feelings. Click on the images to get full size. Right click to “save image as”. Continue Reading

Overflow with Hope

Then signaling to the children to stand as close around it as they possibly could, so that their faces were actually tickled by its whiskers, it added in a low whisper — “They say Aslan is on the move – perhaps has already landed.” And now a very curious thing happened. None of the children… Continue Reading

Why Peter?

Why did God choose Peter? In this sermon I walk through some key moments in the life of Peter suggesting why I believe Peter was chosen to lead and to experience so many special moments. Matthew 14:29 And He said, “Come!” And Peter got out of the boat, and walked on the water and came… Continue Reading