Sermon Archives

Rev. Justin D. Karmann
August 19, 2018

Wake Up, Sleepy

The Apostle Paul reminds us that we have little time to waste in our vocation to be the light of Christ. Paul calls for all of us to be worshipping God in all that we do as we reflect Christ’s love.

August 5, 2018

The Greatest Show

As we all hunger for the bread of life, Jesus reminds us that we need both the bread of this earth and the bread of heaven to witness God’s greatest show.

June 24, 2018

The Time Is Now

Just as the Apostle Paul reminds the people of Corinth to be ambassadors of Christ living out reconciliation and restoration, so too ought we hear this same call.

June 17, 2018

The Secret of the Kingdom of God

God calls us not to be concerned about the expectations of the Kingdom of God; but rather the anticipation as our work reveals what God is up to.

May 27, 2018

The Mystery Of Love

On Trinity Sunday, we celebrate the mystery of the Triune God in gratitude for God’s never-ending love.

May 20, 2018

A Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Holy Spirit On Pentecost Sunday, we recognize and celebrate the coming of the Paraclete, our Advocate, Teacher, and Counselor!

May 6, 2018

MEDITATIONS- Confirmation Sunday Homilies


April 29, 2018

Fruitful Lives

We are the branches that bear fruit, Christ is the vine, and our Creator God is the gardener and harvester. God determines what fruit we bear, but we often find ourselves anxious about being fruitful enough.

March 4, 2018

What Would Jesus Do?

It is evident in John 2:13-22 that Jesus is not maintaining the status-quo when he removes the money changers and animals from the Temple. This is not business as usual. Jesus, the revolutionary, is changing the world. We ask the question, what would Jesus do if he entered our own church. What would he change? […]

January 28, 2018

Puffy Knowledge

The Apostle Paul encourages all Christians to avoid puffy knowledge if it means we aren’t showing love. We are called to be our brother’s and sister’s keeper. What does it mean for our congregation when one of our own needs our help?

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