Sermons on Serving
Mark 10:35-45 Two of Jesus’s disciples come to Him with a self-serving request. As was His style, He addressed the core of their request, and the other disciples grumbling, with a familiar statement. Scott Ritterbush delves into the meaning of this as well as looking closer at the idea of “The Common Good.”
Mark 6:30-44 A lunch from a boy is miraculously transformed into enough food in order to feed over 5,000 people in a desolate place. Scott Ritterbush examines a story that most have heard before. In it, he also looks at Old Testament passages that parallel this miracle and show us that Jesus is our shepherd and can be trusted.
Mark 6:1-30 Pastor Scott returns to the pulpit and brings a message of how a prophet has little to no honor in their own house. How does this perspective work for us today? Do we have honor in the world we live in?
Mark 1:14-20 There are numerous ways that we can share the gospel with people around us. One way that many believers overlook is the simplicity of hospitality. Scott Ritterbush opens this weeks passage in Mark and illustrates how we can share the Kingdom of God with our neighbors, by sharing our table with others.
Psalms 100:1-5 As 2018 comes to an end, Pastor Ritterbush refers to a short passage in the Psalms that can be used to strengthen your faith, regardless of the circumstances that you are currently in, be it joy, pain or somewhere in between.
3 John 1:5-12 Over the past couple of weeks, Pastor Scott has shared themes of Love and Joy. This week, he imparts a different theme from this section of 3 John, “What Can I Do To Make My World Better.” He highlights the ideas of Making Disciples and Sharing what you have with others.
Titus 2:9-10 Being a Servant in 2018