New Year's Revolution: Inside Out

Resolutions are for the weak. Revolutions? For those who aren't happy with the status quo. What power in the world has the ability to reach deepest into us and change us from the inside out? Listen to this sermon to hear what. You can click here or listen below.



Wesleyan Covenant Prayer

John Wesley used a specific prayer whenever Methodists professed their faith for the first time or on New Years to prepare for what God will do. I don't know if you've ever prayed it, but it is a dangerous prayer. It is the kind of prayer that changes the world and sets our hearts in line with God's. Join me in praying this as 2016 comes into being so it can be the best year EVAH!

The Wesleyan Covenant Prayer:

I am no longer my own, but yours.
Put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will;
put me to doing, put me to suffering;
let me be employed for you, or laid aside for you,
exalted for you, or brought low for you;
let me be full,
let me be empty,
let me have all things,
let me have nothing:
I freely and wholeheartedly yield all things
to your pleasure and disposal.
And now, glorious and blessed God,
Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
you are mine and I am yours. So be it.
And the covenant now made on earth, let it be ratified in heaven.
Amen.

Lullaby for a Savior, Simeon's Song

Do you have a favorite lullaby? Maybe a song that you consider your jam? The entire Christmas story is about songs of God's hopes, dreams, and plans to save the world. Listen to this sermon to prepare for the New Year and God's coming salvation! Happy New Year! You can click here or listen below.



So... You Are a King? (Christ the King Sunday)

The final Sunday of the Christian calendar is "Christ the King Sunday" where we recognize Jesus' authority, providence, and saving work.

Imma stop you right there... in light of current events, I don't think we are game with Jesus being king. In fact, I'm going to go a step further and say that, like Pilate, we may be a bit skeptical and we ask... Sooo... you are a king? How awkward. Listen to this sermon on John 18:33-37 if you think I'm pulling your leg. Also, if you'd like the Trinity website link, it is here.