Sermon Series


Acting Out: A New Sermon Series in the Book of Acts

“The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It’s been found difficult and left untried.” Though G.K. Chesterton said that generally and somewhat hyperbolically, it strikes a resonant chord of reality. In times of untapped potential and spiritual dormancy, we can become disillusioned. We ask, “Is this all there is? Kumbaya on Sunday […]

New Sermon Series: The Book of Job

“Why do bad things happen to good people?” “Why would a good God allow evil?” “How can I trust God when I don’t know what He’s doing?” These are just a few of the questions raised by the suffering of Job. The Book of Job is a strange book. It’s a book that makes believers […]

Homestretch in the Gospel of Luke

Since November 2020, we’ve been encountering Jesus in Luke’s Gospel. You can listen to past sermons here. We are now in the homestretch as we journey with Jesus to Jerusalem and behold Him as the crucified and risen Savior. Join us Sundays at 10am! January 8 –  Luke 18:31-43 January 15 – Luke 19:1-10  January […]

Advent at Mount Hope Church

  This Advent we’ll be taking a deep look at Matthew’s genealogy of Christ (Matt.1:1-17). As we reflect upon Jesus’ family tree, we are confronted with the story of God’s grace – a story of wanderers, kings, and exiles yearning for the day of “God with us” (Matt.1:23). Advent places us in that unfolding story […]

Advent Sermon Series

Martin Luther called the Old Testament “the manger in which Christ lies.” Hundreds of years before the birth of Jesus, the prophets foretold of the day when a Messiah would come. Malachi spoke of the messenger who would prepare His way. Micah spoke of the town of Bethlehem as the place of His nativity. Hosea […]