Sermons: Series Preview

The Epistle of Galatians: Here We Stand

he title of our series, "Here We Stand," is a play on the iconic words that the great German reformer, Martin Luther, may not have actually spoken before the Diet of Worms: “Here I stand; I can do no other” (at least this is what some scholars hold to be true).

Whether these were his words or merely a later insertion, what can’t be denied is Luther’s resolve to stand firm, risking life and limb, after his teaching was decreed by Pope Leo X as being a “poisonous virus.” His experience of amazing grace that brought him into a right standing and reconciled relationship with Almighty God was entirely by faith alone in Christ alone. Upon conversion, his life became a passionate pursuit of writing, teaching, preaching, and translating the glorious truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Sermon Series Preview: “The Transcultural Outpost”

 

Over the next five Sundays, we will focus on one basic question: How do we, as children of God, live as citizens of the transcultural outpost in a way that is winsome to a confused world swirling in gender, socio-economic, generational, ethnic, and political strife?

BUT WAIT, WHAT EXACTLY IS THE “TRANSCULTURAL OUTPOST?”