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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.
Dr. Jorgenson continues his series on The Call of God with “The Call To A Craft” drawn from Exodus 31: 1-6.
This fourth message in Dr. Jorgenson’s series on The Call of God is focused on the call to SERVE. It is based on Acts 6: 1-7 and the case is made that “Service is a Gospel Imperative“.
In this third message on The Call Of God, Dr. Jorgenson helps us see that the call of God to each of us is a call to be a proclaimers and seekers of reconciliation. Based on Isaiah 6: 1-8 and II Corinthians 5: 16-20.
This is Dr. Jorgenson’s second message in his series, “The Call Of God”. We hear someone described as a “saint” and we are likely to have a variety of reactions. The term may cause us to squirm just a bit. But Dr. Jorgenson guides us through 1 Peter 2: 4-5, 9-10 and Ephesians 1: 15-19…
This is the first message in a new series from Dr. Jorgenson entitled “The Call”. Generally in church we have used “the call” language in connection with ministry as a vocation. But that thinking is too narrow. In this series we will be challenged to a embrace a new understanding. That is, ALL receive the…
Dr. Jorgenson leads us to think about the question, “What is worship anyway?”. We are able discover some of the hidden meaning of worship by exploring Revelation Chapters 4 and 5.
Dr. Jorgenson helps us unpack what Jesus means in a parable he shares. On the surface, the parable in Luke 16: 1-13 can be quite puzzling. It’s when we let Jesus turn us upside down that we might be lead to see things “right-side up”.
Dr. Jorgenson uses the familiar parable of The Lost Sheep from Luke 15: 1-7 to guide us in thinking about what it is that might be holding us back from experiencing the “joy of heaven”.
Dr. Jorgenson’s message is based on Jeremiah 18: 1-11. There are many lessons to be learned by observing the potter at work.