Click to listen to Part 5 of the “Be the Church,” series. Rev. Wheeler makes a case for a Christian ethic of social justice and compassion based on Psalm 82:3-4 and various other scripture references. “Can we learn to deeply love and defend those who can do nothing in return for us?” he asks.
Click to listen to Part 4 in the series, “Be the Church,” by Rev. Wheeler. He draws on the wisdom of the Apostle Paul in Romans 10:12-13, as well as important information from sociologists to share a message that addresses personal prejudice as well as systemic racial injustice.
Click to listen to Part 2 in the, “Be the Church,” series. Here, Rev. Wheeler makes the case that humanity is inseparably linked to Creation and therefore has a Christian responsibility “Protect the Environment.” Based on Psalm 24:1-2.
Click to listen Part 1 of 9 in the series, “Be the Church.” In this sermon, Rev. Wheeler suggests that the two fold marching orders of the church today matches the challenge Jesus handed to Peter and the Disciples: 1) be a force for the greater good. 2) resist evil and injustice. Based on Matthew 16:13-20.
Where do we turn in times of doubt or despair? How do we “act in faith” when it seems all hope is lost? What does faith look like when you’re stuck wasting around for your next step? Rev. Wheeler wrestles with these questions in this sermon based on Hebrews 11.