Tag: Gospel

Perhaps “Racist” Should be an Adjective, Not a Noun

Craig St. John / August 10, 2016
Gospel, Lament, Police, Race

By Veronica Carrillo As a fair-skinned, white-looking Latina, I have the unfortunate privilege of being an audience for openly racist comments about other […]

Wrapping up Titus before Moving on to Psalms

Craig St. John / May 27, 2016
Doctrine, Godliness, Good Works, Gospel, Mission, Titus

By David Conley This past Sunday we wrapped up our brief seven week series on Titus. Riccardo preached on our final text, Titus […]

Proclaim, serve, and repeat with a never-dulling rhythm

Craig St. John / May 20, 2016
Godliness, Good Works, Gospel, Titus

By Teena Dare Ever wonder why Sunday mornings are so repetitive? From the worship liturgy to the all-of-life interviews to the sermon—we hear […]

Impossible Goodness?

Craig St. John / May 14, 2016
Godliness, Gospel, Titus

By Deana Rogers We think sometimes that a list of what is right and wrong is the most effective way to produce goodness. […]

Freedom and Rhythm

Craig St. John / May 6, 2016
Godliness, Gospel, Titus

By John Crawford For what purpose are we freed? Many times when the Gospel is discussed, the conversation surrounds what we are freed […]

Mission: Living Out the Gospel in Family and in Community

Craig St. John / April 29, 2016
Gospel, Mission, Titus

By Kadi Weinland We’re now in our third week of sermons covering Paul’s epistle to Titus. Pastor Riccardo kicked off week one giving […]