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In this message from Dr. Jorgenson we are encouraged to remember our baptism. We miss something very important if we reduce baptism to obedience, repentance, and/or testimony. Baptism is more. It is Water and Spirit. Based on Genesis 1:1-5, Acts 19:1-7, and Mark 1:4-11.
The final message of this Christmas season focuses on the visit of the Magi remembered on Epiphany Sunday in the church calendar. Dr. Jorgenson calls us to consider the question, “What do we do once we have found the Savior?” . Based on Isaiah 60:1-6; Psalm 72: 1-7, 10-14; Matthew 2:1-12.
This is Dr. Jorgenson’s message to us as we prepare to begin a new year. Often we wrestle with how to mark this moment well. Based on Isaiah 63: 7-9 and Psalm 148.
It’s a short, three word phrase. But, it is full of so much meaning. Dr. Jorgenson gives us much to ponder on this fourth Sunday of Advent. Based on Isaiah 7:10-16, Romans 1:1-7 and Matthew 1:18-25.
On this third Sunday of Advent Dr. Jorgenson guides us to consider how we might find Joy even in the “desert places” of our lives. Based on Isaiah 35:1-10, Matthew 11:2-11, and Luke 1:46b-55.
This second message of the Advent season focuses on PEACE. Based on Isaiah 11:1-10, Psalm 133, and Romans 15:4-13. Dr Jorgenson engages the body in singing in Hebrew Psalm 122. (Note: That few minutes of this recording is lower in volume. We apologize for the technical issue. When he returns to the microphone on the…
On this first Sunday of Advent Dr. Jorgenson shares a message exploring where we find hope in our world today. Based on Psalm 122, Isaiah 2:1-5, and Romans 13:11-14.
Well, we just thought Cameron’s last message wrapped up this series on The Call. Turns out that Dr. Jorgenson had a wrap-up message that brings all of the previous messages together. And we are so glad he did. Based on Genesis 1: 26-27.
Rev. Chris Walk brings a message that asks that we consider whether we are letting Jesus’ resurrection power impact ALL of our life. Based on Luke 20: 27-40.
In his concluding message in this series on The Call of God, Dr. Jorgenson shares that sometimes God’s call to us is to join Him in a particular task. To explore this idea he uses God’s call to Mary to be the mother of Jesus. The sermon passage is Luke 1: 26-38.