A Seat at the Table - s2

Don’t Miss the Party

November 12, 2023 • Rev. Rodman W. Cory • Luke 15:25–32

Discover the transformative message in the second installment of the series, "A Seat at the Table," with the sermon titled "Don't Miss the Party," centered around Luke 15:25-32, ESV. Delve into a profound exploration of Jesus' broader perspective, God the Father's rejoicing over each returning soul, and the caution against adopting the role of the older brother. Through engaging insights and practical applications, the sermon challenges listeners to align their hearts with the Father's and actively seek the lost, fostering a deeper connection with God's eternal love and grace. Additional scriptures woven throughout the message enrich the narrative, offering a comprehensive understanding of God's heart for reconciliation and forgiveness.

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A Seat at The Table - S3

November 19, 2023 • Rev. Arthur Connor Jr. • Luke 5:27–32

Title: Tables, Not Walls  Text: Luke 5:27-32 Embark on a journey of transformation with the insightful sermon "Tables Not Walls" from the series "A Seat at the Table," exploring the profound implications of Luke 5:27-32. Witness the courage required to follow Jesus, the crucial role of inviting others into His presence, and the folly of building walls based on perceived righteousness. Delve into the core mission of Jesus: to bring healing to the sick, fostering a profound understanding of inclusive and transformative love. This message prompts a shift from erecting barriers to extending the hospitality of tables, embodying the essence of Christ's all-encompassing love.

A Seat at The Table - s1

November 5, 2023 • Rev. Arthur Connor Jr. • Luke 7:36–50

Uncover the profound message titled "A Seat at God's Table" in the ongoing series, "A Seat at the Table." Based on Luke 7:36-50, this sermon captures the essence of gratitude, criticism, and forgiveness around the table of God's boundless love. It serves as a reminder that despite our past sins, Jesus extends a warm welcome, teaching us about the depth of His forgiveness and love, and granting us a cherished seat at His table of divine relationship.