January 28, 2018:

The gospel routinely confronts the church with opportunities to let go of what we know, so we can be open to receiving something new. This sermon was preached on the day of Bethlehem’s Annual meeting, when our congregation was confronted with the question of whether to sell property that we own. It was an opportunity for our congregation to wrestle with the tension of keeping and releasing, and to put into practice our most basic conviction that we worship a God who indeed brings life out of death.


You can read the full sermon here.