Category Archives: Luke

Nouwen on the Prodigal Son (Luke 15)

I am rereading Henri Nouwen’s The Return of the Prodigal Son with a men’s group that meets on Thursday mornings at our church.  Two quotes particularly struck me this week.  The first challenges the often assumed complete interpretation of the … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, Luke

The Replay of Luke 15:1-7

Luke 15 records 3 parables of lost things, but in order to understand the parables, one must first reckon with the introduction.  In that first few verses of the chapter, Luke records Jesus’ habit of welcoming and eating with tax … Continue reading

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Embracing the Lost – Luke 15:1-7

What does it mean to Lead people to embrace the Lord Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior?  I believe Luke 15 has a wonderful story about this; 3 in fact, but we will only look at one of them … Continue reading

Posted in Luke, Sermons

The Promised Child who prepares the way – Luke 1:5-17

It is the 3rd Sunday of Advent, and in a few days we will be celebrating Christmas day, the birth of the Savior.  This advent season we are exploring some of the promised children of scripture.  We saw that Abraham … Continue reading

Posted in Advent, Luke