April 26, 2020 – On the Road Again

Sunday Morning Sermons

No one knows where Emmaus is, it’s never been found by archaeologists, but that hasn’t stopped people from claiming that they know where it is, or was. Like almost every place connected with a biblical reference in Israel, multiple sites claim a connection with the biblical Emmaus. Read more →

April 19, 2020 – Between Blind Faith and Blind Doubt

Sunday Morning Sermons

When I say the name Thomas, what’s the first word that enters your mind? If you’re like most people, the word that is most associated with Thomas is ‘doubting.’ Doubting Thomas. The two words are so familiar in their pairing that even people who have little or no idea of what’s in the rest of the Bible know that Doubting Thomas refers to that disciple who wouldn’t believe that Jesus had been resurrected unless he was able to see him face to face and put his finger in the mark of the nails and his hand in his side. Read more →