St. Andrew UMC Podcast
The Bible Never Said That: What Goes Around Comes Around (2/9/20)

The Bible Never Said That: What Goes Around Comes Around (2/9/20)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: Galatians 6:1-10

The Bible Never Said That

Some common phrases in our culture are so well-known that they almost sound like Scripture.  Some sound so wise and agreeable that we assume that they’re the Christian thing to say.  But God’s wisdom is so much deeper and wider than these tired, predictable clichés. 

Join us for a new sermon series where we’ll examine some of the most common misquotes of Scripture, and learn more about what the Bible actually does say.

 
The Bible Never Said That: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves (2/2/20)

The Bible Never Said That: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves (2/2/20)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13

The Bible Never Said That

Some common phrases in our culture are so well-known that they almost sound like Scripture.  Some sound so wise and agreeable that we assume that they’re the Christian thing to say.  But God’s wisdom is so much deeper and wider than these tired, predictable clichés. 

Join us for a new sermon series where we’ll examine some of the most common misquotes of Scripture, and learn more about what the Bible actually does say.

 
The Bible Never Said That: Forgive and Forget (1/26/20)

The Bible Never Said That: Forgive and Forget (1/26/20)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: Matthew 18:15-22

The Bible Never Said That

Some common phrases in our culture are so well-known that they almost sound like Scripture.  Some sound so wise and agreeable that we assume that they’re the Christian thing to say.  But God’s wisdom is so much deeper and wider than these tired, predictable clichés. 

Join us for a new sermon series where we’ll examine some of the most common misquotes of Scripture, and learn more about what the Bible actually does say.

 
The Bible Never Said That: God Will Never Give You More Than You Can Handle (1/19/20)

The Bible Never Said That: God Will Never Give You More Than You Can Handle (1/19/20)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:1-13

Down to Earth

The Divine Incarnation

Peace, justice, joy, wonder—these are not just God’s heavenly aspirations for creation; they are God’s enfleshed vision for creation, embodied in a man from Nazareth named Jesus.  For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the concept of “Incarnation” (from the Latin word for “in the flesh”) to describe the inexplicable mystery of how Jesus Christ is both fully human and fully divine. 

Jesus not only talks about God, or speaks for God; Jesus is God. 
God is no longer up there, or out there, but right here, right now. 

In Jesus, God’s peace, justice, joy and wonder come to earth, come to life, and walk among us. 
If you want to meet Jesus, go to those places in the world where peace, justice, joy and wonder prevail, and you’ll find him there. 
If you want to follow Jesus, become like him: embody them in your own flesh, until they prevail in you.

The Bible Never Said That: Everything Happens For A Reason (1/12/20)

The Bible Never Said That: Everything Happens For A Reason (1/12/20)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: Romans 8:18-28

The Bible Never Said That

Some common phrases in our culture are so well-known that they almost sound like Scripture.  Some sound so wise and agreeable that we assume that they’re the Christian thing to say.  But God’s wisdom is so much deeper and wider than these tired, predictable clichés. 

Join us for a new sermon series where we’ll examine some of the most common misquotes of Scripture, and learn more about what the Bible actually does say.

 
The Quiet Light (1/5/20)
Down To Earth: Wonder (12/22/19)

Down To Earth: Wonder (12/22/19)

February 13, 2020

Down to Earth

The Divine Incarnation

Peace, justice, joy, wonder—these are not just God’s heavenly aspirations for creation; they are God’s enfleshed vision for creation, embodied in a man from Nazareth named Jesus.  For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the concept of “Incarnation” (from the Latin word for “in the flesh”) to describe the inexplicable mystery of how Jesus Christ is both fully human and fully divine. 

Jesus not only talks about God, or speaks for God; Jesus is God. 
God is no longer up there, or out there, but right here, right now. 

In Jesus, God’s peace, justice, joy and wonder come to earth, come to life, and walk among us. 
If you want to meet Jesus, go to those places in the world where peace, justice, joy and wonder prevail, and you’ll find him there. 
If you want to follow Jesus, become like him: embody them in your own flesh, until they prevail in you.

Down To Earth: Restoration (12/16/19)

Down To Earth: Restoration (12/16/19)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: Psalm 80: 1-7, 17-19

Down to Earth

The Divine Incarnation

Peace, justice, joy, wonder—these are not just God’s heavenly aspirations for creation; they are God’s enfleshed vision for creation, embodied in a man from Nazareth named Jesus.  For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the concept of “Incarnation” (from the Latin word for “in the flesh”) to describe the inexplicable mystery of how Jesus Christ is both fully human and fully divine. 

Jesus not only talks about God, or speaks for God; Jesus is God. 
God is no longer up there, or out there, but right here, right now. 

In Jesus, God’s peace, justice, joy and wonder come to earth, come to life, and walk among us. 
If you want to meet Jesus, go to those places in the world where peace, justice, joy and wonder prevail, and you’ll find him there. 
If you want to follow Jesus, become like him: embody them in your own flesh, until they prevail in you.

Down To Earth: Joy (12/16/19)

Down To Earth: Joy (12/16/19)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: Isaiah 35:1-10

Down to Earth

The Divine Incarnation

Peace, justice, joy, wonder—these are not just God’s heavenly aspirations for creation; they are God’s enfleshed vision for creation, embodied in a man from Nazareth named Jesus.  For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the concept of “Incarnation” (from the Latin word for “in the flesh”) to describe the inexplicable mystery of how Jesus Christ is both fully human and fully divine. 

Jesus not only talks about God, or speaks for God; Jesus is God. 
God is no longer up there, or out there, but right here, right now. 

In Jesus, God’s peace, justice, joy and wonder come to earth, come to life, and walk among us. 
If you want to meet Jesus, go to those places in the world where peace, justice, joy and wonder prevail, and you’ll find him there. 
If you want to follow Jesus, become like him: embody them in your own flesh, until they prevail in you.

Down To Earth: Justice (12/08/19)

Down To Earth: Justice (12/08/19)

February 13, 2020

Episode Scripture: Isaiah 11:1-10

Down to Earth

The Divine Incarnation

Peace, justice, joy, wonder—these are not just God’s heavenly aspirations for creation; they are God’s enfleshed vision for creation, embodied in a man from Nazareth named Jesus.  For two thousand years, Christians have turned to the concept of “Incarnation” (from the Latin word for “in the flesh”) to describe the inexplicable mystery of how Jesus Christ is both fully human and fully divine. 

Jesus not only talks about God, or speaks for God; Jesus is God. 
God is no longer up there, or out there, but right here, right now. 

In Jesus, God’s peace, justice, joy and wonder come to earth, come to life, and walk among us. 
If you want to meet Jesus, go to those places in the world where peace, justice, joy and wonder prevail, and you’ll find him there. 
If you want to follow Jesus, become like him: embody them in your own flesh, until they prevail in you.