In this message from his sermon series on stewardship, Pastor Ken Robinson preaches from 1 Corinthans 4:2:
In the first of series of messages on stewardship, Pastor Ken Robinson notes that while churches need money to balance budgets and maintain their facilities, the most important metric is commitment to our Lord Jesus Christ. When we put faith first, the finances follow. This message was reached on Nov. 10, 201.
In this week’s message, Pastor Ken Robinson focuses on the importance of hospitality, and how it remains relevant for modern Christians.
Our sermon video library has been updated? The Sunday morning messages from Sept. 22 through Oct. 27 have now been posted to the HUMC’s YouTube Channel.
In this message, Pastor Robinson examines three attributes of being a Christian identified by James: praying, celebrating and caring.
Did Jesus laugh? Why don’t we see this in the Bible? In this message, Lay Speaker Rich Miller discuses how we can embrace the joy of Jesus alongside the salvation of the Savior.
As Christians, do we really believe what we say we believe? If so, are we living as we should? Lay speaker Owen Kellner explores these questions in this message.
Pastor Ken Robinson continues his series of messages from the New testament book of James, reflecting upon our need to share our burdens with our Savior. His sermon title draws upon the title of a popular tune from days gone by reflecting an optimistic attitude. This message was preached at the Hopewell United Methodist Church… Read more
In this message from July 28, Pastor Ken Robinson preaches from James, Chapter 4, verses 7-10. “Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.” This sermon examines the importance of surrendering to God and walking humbly in the Christian life.
Do you have a dial-up faith or a broadband connection with the Almighty? Pastor Ken Robinson discusses this choice in a message based on Colossians, chapter 3. This message was preached on July 21, 2013.