The Gospel of the Nobodies: Jesus as Luke Saw Him
Most of us at some point felt like a nobody – insignificant, invisible, worthless. The Gospel of Luke is a first-century portrait of Jesus with a particular focus on his ministry with those who were considered nobodies. For Lent, join us as we read through the Gospel of Luke together. Each week, we’ll turn our attention to specific stories that illustrate Jesus’ concern for those who were marginalized by society, and as we do, we’ll hear his word for our lives today. This series was originally developed by Rev. Adam Hamilton.
February 18, 2018
Sermon Title: “The Night-Shift Workers”
God invites the lowliest of people to witness the most important birth in history.
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Posted by Ed Seay on Sunday, February 18, 2018
February 25, 2018
Sermon Title: “The Sick and Disabled”
Scripture Reference: Luke 5:12-15
When the religious leaders of Israel turned their backs on the sick and disabled, Jesus goes to them and offers healing and mercy.
March 4, 2018
Sermon Title: “The Demon-Possessed”
Scripture Reference: Luke 8:26-39
The demon-possessed were often some of the only people who recognized Jesus as the Son of God. What are some demons people deal with today, and how can the church reach out to them and show compassion as Jesus did?