Category archives: Sermons

  • Grace Lindvall (Luke 24: 13-35) I still remember the walk perfectly. It was November 18, 2006, my freshman year of college at the University of Michigan. I had spent every Saturday that semester in maize and blue t-shirts, painted faces, and in the nosebleed row of the student section. It wa... [read more]
  • Steve Lindsley (John 20: 19-31) The story of Thomas is a familiar one us.  His “fame,” for lack of a better word, has spread not only within Christian circles but outside it as well.  The phrase “Doubting Thomas” is a cultural expression, used to reference someone who is wallowing in skeptic... [read more]
  • Steve Lindsley (Luke 24: 1-12) There is a place in the vast expanse of the universe that has within it, quite literally, nothing.  No planets, no stars, no renegade asteroid.  Nothing.  A massive void, nearly a billion light-years in diameter.  For the record, one light year is the distance ... [read more]
  • Steve Lindsley (John 11: 1-53) In every Jesus movie I’ve seen, you can pretty much bank on two stories other than the birth and resurrection making the final cut: the feeding of the 5000 and the raising of Lazarus.  They are both a cinematographer’s dream, especially the way the writer of th... [read more]