What does a church of the AI worship? AI stands for Artificial Intelligence. While no one in this church would worship anything other than themselves, they are dedicated to the idea of bringing “singularity” to reality. They say, when machines become smarter than humans, that will be the closest thing to God the world has ever seen. This Sunday is Trinity Sunday when we remember that our three-in-one God is beyond our understanding and worthy of our worship. The Trinity is also a great test on whether or not a faith is false. Want to learn more? Watch this sermon taken from John 3.
What do the sound of a freight train rushing past and little tongues of fire have in common? They are both signs of the Holy Spirit’s coming on Pentecost. Jesus instructed his disciples to stay in Jerusalem until they were clothed with power. He didn’t disappoint. The power of the Holy Spirit is still at our disposal, but that doesn’t mean it will be through visible signs. The Spirit powerfully changes hearts through his word even today.
Why aren’t the disciples dancing the in the streets?! Jesus lives! This is true, but there was no peace in their hearts. At least not right away. This “Doubting Thomas” Sunday we’ll look at doubt and see how our God brings peace.
Overwhelming evidence in a courtroom makes the verdict an easy one to give. The problem is that if you were on the jury or in the judge’s seat, what verdict would you give. The evidence is overwhelming, alright. The problem is that it doesn’t look good for us! Watch to see how God handle the tough case of the human race.
The herald of the King cries out for us to repent and turn from our sins. On this second Sunday of our season of Christmas preparation, we consider our lives and how they live up to God’s demands. What will be your Advent confession?
Why are there so many churches?! How is it helpful when I drive down the road and see Christian churches of every stripe? Wouldn’t it be easier if there was just one church? Maybe. As we continue our study of Christian doctrine in celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation of the Christian church, we’ll see that sometimes Christians need to “mark and avoid”. Our God calls us to be choosy on theology and witness our faith to all, including fellow Christians. How can we wade through these murky ecclesiastical waters? Watch to find out.