October 10, 2021
Rev. Wheeler shared this message as part 5 of 5 in the “By Popular Demand,” series. What if our image of Jesus needs expanding? Would we better understand some of his “difficult” teachings?
October 3, 2021
Rev. Wheeler delivered this message on Oct. 3 on World Communion Sunday in response to the “popular demand” of his congregations. Part 4 of 5 in this series.
September 26, 2021
In this sermon from Sept. 26, 2021, Rev. Wheeler discusses the “substitutionary atonement theory” and what is meant when Christians speak of the death of Jesus as a sacrifice.
September 19, 2021
Part 2/5 in the, “By Popular Demand Series.”
September 12, 2021
Where did the Bible come from? What do we mean when we say it is “inspired?” How do modern Christians interpret it? Rev. Wheeler deals with these and other questions in the sermon given today. Part 1 of 5 in the series, “By Popular Demand.”
September 5, 2021
Rev. Wheeler shared this message in worship on September 5, 2021. Based on Mark 7:24-37, this sermon takes a look at the incredible work hope does in our lives.
August 29, 2021
Rev. Wheeler discusses what it means to stay focused on the most central and important issues of our time in light of a familiar story from Mark 7 (selected verses).
August 15, 2021
Rev. Wheeler addresses the rather cannibalistic sounding John 6:51-58 passage to point towards a much deeper truth. Jesus was calling his followers to build a better world; one that leaves room for a true taste of grace.
August 9, 2021
Rev. Wheeler offered this message based on John 6:35, 41-51, in worship services on August 8, 2021. He asks, “What if we saw ourselves as the bread God uses to feed a hungry world?”
August 1, 2021
Rev. Wheeler offered this sermon in worship on August 1, 2021. Based on John 6:24-35, this sermon explores what it means to seek truly significant, fulfilling things in life, versus the superficial things that always leaving us wanting for more.