In this sermon, Father Marc takes us to Psalm 26:1-8 to uncover the psalmist’s definition of living a life of integrity. He then ties in a New Testament teaching of Paul from Romans 12:9-12 that adds several other keys to integrity for the Christian. To live with integrity before God one has to know these…
On the Fourth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Marc examines the various images in the Good Shepherd passage from the tenth chapter of John’s Gospel.
Fr. Marc addresses the issue of doubt and unbelief, offering practical steps to help us return to a place of faith and trust in God.
Wrapping up a series on the three C’s of Christian living, Fr. Marc encourages us to be courageous in our faith. He reminds us that “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but a Spirit of power, love and a sound mind.”
Fr. Marc begins the sermon by talking about his father, a WWII paratrooper whose life depended on the reliability of a parachute. He mentions the everyday things we trust in–car brakes, money, airline pilots–then points us to Scriptures that remind us that we must ultimately put our trust in God and His Word.
Fr. Marc tackles the issue of temptation and how it operates in our lives. He then gives guidance from Scripture on how to resist sin’s influence and live a godly life in Christ.
Drawing from the story of Peter along with other Scriptures and real-life stories, Fr. Marc encourages us to view failure as an opportunity to turn to God and follow His plan for our life. He also reminds us that only God–and not our failures–can determine 0ur destiny.
In the second part of the series on Christianity and culture, Fr. Marc looks at the differences between Abraham and Lot in Genesis, particularly in the account of Sodom and Gomorrah. The contrast between these two biblical characters provides a lesson that is critical for Christians in today’s culture.
Fr. Marc begins a new series on Christianity and culture with a look at Psalm 94. He encourages us that God is still in control despite the evil we see in the world, and reminds us that we are called to be God’s light in the darkness. Also, a passage from Revelation shows that God is sovereign…
Looking at the story of Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5, Fr. Marc warns about the dangers of trying to put God in a box instead of making Him the center of our lives. He also encourages us to bring God out of the box by growing in our faith and love for Him.