18 April 2021
When we choose to walk in the light, and not in darkness, we experience deeper fellowship with God and each other. And even in the smallest choices of daily life, we must decide between living in the Truth, or living in darkness. In Christ, we are assured that a Light will always shine in the darkness, and the darkness will not overcome it.
11 April 2021
The Second Sunday of Easter closes out Easter Week, which is observed over eight days (an octave), and it places great emphasis on forgiveness. The Rev. Galloway explains the incredible forgiveness and mercy we receive through Christ Jesus.
3 April 2021
Christ's Death and Resurrection secured salvation for all God's people throughout all time and history. Anyone who puts his or her faith in Christ will too be saved. Christ is risen. The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!
2 April 2021
Sermon given by The Rev. Mark R. Galloway, Bishop-retired, on 4/2/2021 (Good Friday). The Rev. Galloway reminds us of the great importance of Christ's work accomplished on Good Friday.
28 March 2021
Christ's Passion, His final hours before the Cross, form the climax of all human history. An honest reading of the Passion narrative shows us the incredible weight of Jesus' great sacrifice. Our challenge, then, is this: Do we live as if this is true?
21 March 2021
Sermon by the Rev. Mark Galloway, given on the 5th Sunday of Lent (3/21/21). Our struggles in this life are against more than just flesh and blood, but against spiritual forces of sin and darkness. Christ died for us so we can have victory in the battle, if we only join Him.
14 March 2021
The Rev. Galloway examines how God's love always sustains us without fail. As the psalmist declares, "because the LORD is at my right hand, I shall not fall" (Psalm 16:8).
7 March 2021
Elder Nathan discusses the Christian struggle between the "Already" (our salvation in Christ) and the "Not Yet" (our final sanctification). What are we supposed to do when we continue to sin, even though we truly want to please God?
28 February 2021
Our striving is in vain, if we do not keep the Lord Jesus Christ always before us. And if obedience to Christ is central to our lives, He will empower us to do great things for him.