The Journey To Resurrection
Pastor Dave Romoser • April 1, 2018
The resurrection of Jesus, which is central to the Christian faith, was understood and experienced within a specific context and story by the 1st century followers of Jesus. What can we learn about those lenses to better understand the implications of the resurrection some 2000 years later?
On The Other Side
Pastor Dave Romoser • March 18, 2018 • Lamentations 4
In this series of poems, there is an arc, a sense of movement... these poems are taking us somewhere. What happens when you have no energy left to rant? To shake your fists at God? When what's happened has happened and there's no going back? What can these 2500 yr old poems still teach us about the art and necessity of lament?
I'm Still Breathing
Pastor Dave Romoser • March 4, 2018 • Lamentations 3
Throughout the book of Lamentations, in the midst of the great tragedy and loss of the people of Israel, not once does God speak into their pain or make an appearance to offer hope. In chapter 3, a new character finally offers words that point in that direction with timely wisdom for all of us
The Need For Lament
Pastor Dave Romoser • February 18, 2018
As we begin the journey into Lent, looking towards the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus and the new life it promises, we delve into the poetry of Lamentations and discover there is much we have to learn about pain and grief before we’ll be ready to fully receive the full gift of life Jesus offers