Fr. Keith Allen teaches from John Chapter 11 that our hope in Jesus remains secure because He is greater than any trial we may face, His love for us is present and full, and we are held in the very hand of the Resurrection and the Life when we surrender to Jesus as our sovereign Lord and Savior.
Deacon Kim Allen teaches from John chapter 9 about how Jesus sees you in your desperate moments. Suffering and sickness are part of the curse of sin, but Jesus is the Light of the World and brings redemption from that dark curse and salvation to all who trust in Him.
Fr. Keith Allen leads us in the Morning Prayer service on the 3rd Sunday of Lent, with a homily based on John 4:5-42. The sovereign appointment of the Samaritan woman at the well is much like ours: not so much to draw drinking water, but a need to meet the Savior. Jesus took upon Himself our great spiritual thirst as He hung on the cross, so that we could be filled with His eternal life.
Bishop Neil Lebhar leads the service to Ordain a new Deacon and install a new Rector of Christ Church. His teaching, starting at 35:12, emphasizes the gracious and serving nature of our King, the importance of teaching, and our responsibility to listen faithfully to God's Word.
Fr. Keith Allen preaches from Matthew 4:1-11 on the temptation of Jesus and the lessons we should learn as we face temptations to be self-reliant or self-serving rather than trust and obey the Word of God.
Fr. Keith Allen teaches from Matthew 17:1-9 that we, like Peter, James and John, need a glimpse of glory to help us hold fast to our faith in the trials of this life. At the transfiguration, Jesus was revealed as the one who fulfills the requirements of the law and the carrier of God's promise spoken through the prophets - our perfect Savior.
Fr. Keith Allen teaches from Matthew 9:35-38about the mode, motivation, and mandate Jesus left for His followers to spread the good news. Every follower of Christ is a missionary in the sense that wherever we go, we are in a mission field full of opportunity to share the gospel and love of Jesus.
Fr. Keith Allen teaches from Matthew Chapter 5 that as followers of Jesus we are to express the flavor of God to the culture around us, changing it by our lives, and enlightening the darkness with the Light living within us.
Teaching from Luke 2:22-40, Fr. Keith Allen compares the presentation of Jesus in the temple and those who recognized Him as the promised Messiah to our present recognition of His deity, redemption, gracious pardon and peace as we continue to serve until His return.