Christ and Caesar

Christ and Caesar

The world prefers Caesar to Christ, even if a tyrant. Sometimes even people who claim God (John 19:15). And Caesar has many faces. Whether a totalitarian, a monarch, a socialistic state, a democratic republic, or the autocratic self, these are the kingdoms of...
Embassy Ethics

Embassy Ethics

The King has announced the unexpected: He will be murdered. He has also revealed that His demise is not in the least owing to any lack of authority, power, or majesty. He will be crucified, but this will be a fulfillment not a failure of His own mission. The One of...
Parables

Parables

It has well been said that “the parables of Christ occupy a sure place in the library of the world’s literary masterpieces.” To this we may all agree. But to what chief end did Jesus speak in parables? What is a Parable? A parable presents an unknown or unclear...
Defining Greatness

Defining Greatness

On Sunday, we will be returning to our sermon series in Matthew 11, “Seeing, Not Perceiving”. We are excited to be looking into this very substantial text – Difficult, yet full of glory! The manifesting of the Messiah has come with scandalous...