Today we remember the armistice signed at Compiègne in France on 11 November 1918. At eleven o clock all the hostilities stopped and there was peace. A terrible war was ended. Why do we still remember these things?
The climate changes, there are wars, there is more poverty than ever. The world is in danger and what can we do?
In this sermon I explore what a prophet is and what his or her task is in the world. Elijah is an important prophet in the bible but there are prophets nowadays. Do we want to hear them?
Did you ever see a picture of the good shepherd? The gras is green, there is a babbling stream and in the middle you see Jesus with a staff in his hand and a sheep on his shoulder. The field is green, there are some flowers, there is fresh water, it is a beautiful image. Today we are going to focus on this image.
The tomb is empty, what has happened? Where can we find Jesus? He is not in the tomb, he is among living people. How can this story comfort people who are in war? Just some questions.
Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem for the Jewish holiday of Passover. Jesus rode a young donkey into the Jerusalem and was greeted by a large crowd with palm branches and people shouting, “Hosanna to the Son of David”. A few days later people asked for his crucifixion. Why? Why did Jesus have to suffer. Listen to my podcast to find out more.
We read Genesis and find out how God created the world. We have big questions.
A name matters and especially Jesus’ name. In this sermon I will think about Jesus, his name and his life. There have been done lots of terrible things in Jesus’ name but let’s focus on the good. Last week died Desmond Tutu, an Anglican bishop in South Africa. He has been doing good things in Jesus’ name. In this service we remember him. Feel free to listen! This sermon was part of an online service. The whole service you find here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBu9G3WIK98
A name matters and especially Jesus’ name. In this service we will think about Jesus, his name and his life. There have been done lots of terrible things in Jesus’ name but let’s focus on the good. Last week died Desmond Tutu, an Anglican bishop in South Africa. He has been doing good things in Jesus’ name. In this service we remember him. Feel free to joiun our worship!
A more extended version is available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBu9G3WIK98
Only one week before Christmas our government decided to go in lockdown because of the corona virus. Everything is closed, so are most churches. In this difficult time we want to celebrate our carols and lessons service. We do it online and I want to invite everybody to join in worship! Let Gods light enlighten the world and keep praying for peace in the world with perseverance.