Posts from October 2015

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Upcoming sermon series

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

Today we look at the last of our series on “questions that Jesus was asked on his way to Jerusalem”. This has been a way of rounding out our examination of Luke’s gospel this year. Next week we head into a series on “questions you have asked”. These are questions or issues that you asked [...]

Faithful mature lives

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

Our sermon today continues a series of questions that Jesus was asked while journeying to Jerusalem. Today the question comes from an expert in the law. The context makes clear he knows a lot but in the most important way he knows nothing! Paul Tripp writes “maturity is not merely something you do with your [...]

The person we belong to

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

If there is a common complaint against evangelical Christians (and, at GAC, we so describe ourselves), it is that they are too dry and cerebral. The charge is that we minister to the head in an unbalanced way. I think we need to listen carefully to such criticism. Christianity is not ultimately a creed we [...]

Upcoming sermons

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

Earlier in the year, our sermons looked at Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem as recorded from Luke Chapter 9. That journey would end in his death. But it was a journey that Jesus HAD TO undertake. The original language makes it clear that this was his explicit purpose. Today we commence a short series on some [...]