Below is the fourth sermon in our Underdogs series. Enjoy!
Watch below for the third installment of our Underdogs series (preached 8.17.14)
In this short clip, I talk about keeping the negative labels you carry from defining you.
Our church staff made this short video to introduce the concept of underdogs that we’re currently preaching through on Sundays. Watch this video and ask yourself: How am I an underdog?
Here’s the latest installment of my sermon series on Ephesians:
Last Sunday we came to Ephesians 5:18 in our summer long series on Ephesians and its famous command to “be filled with the Holy Spirit.” In simple terms, here’s what that means:
The mood was set perfectly as I stood up to preach Sunday. We’d just been led in worship and our hearts were ready. Bob (our worship pastor) had prayed a beautiful prayer and the bumper video set a solemn, reflective mood as we were about to dig into the book of Ephesians. And then I forgot to take my microphone off mute, leading to those few awkward seconds when no one can hear you.
Realizing that I just broke the mood with my mess up, I had three options:
1. Blame it on the tech guys. Never a good option.
2. Try to pretend it never happened. Only it did happen, and everyone knows it. Pretending like it didn’t makes things weird.
3. Own it. Get them to laugh, even at your expense, reset, and get right back up on that horse.
Here’s my mess up, in all it’s glory:
Here’s the latest installment of our sermon series on Ephesians. Enjoy!
Watch this short clip to see Ephesians 4:20-24 illustrated as yard work can teach us an important lesson about our faith.