The parable of the two sons whom their father sent to work in the vineyard is not a well-known parable--or one about which we hear many sermons. What does it mean? And what does it tell us about life in the church? In this article, Del Campbell explores this parable for us.
Welcome to "Table Talks." During the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther would sit around his dinner table at home with friends and students and talk about life and theology. This second episode, hosted by Kelsi Klembara features David Zahl, Mark Mattes, Jady Koch and Steven Paulson as they discuss the distinction of Law and Gospel.
We know how reading God's Word can sometimes be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. Craig and Troy discuss how God uses the Word in our lives by both convicting us of our sin and delivering us the forgiveness…
The people should find their lives in your sermon, and no one’s life is unaffected by the coronavirus right now. It is the very fact that I can make such a blanket statement, free of all caveats, which makes it so necessary for us to preach on it.