A sermon on Psalm 23. Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I fear no danger because you are with me. Your rod and your staff– they protect me. You set a table for me right in front of my enemies. You bathe my head in oil; my cup is so full it spills over!
Sermons by Year
The Way of Life: The Future as a Choice between Different Paths (Psalm 1:1-6)
A sermon on Psalm 1. The true path to happiness is to give up false claims to personal autonomy and become the object of the Lord’s care.
Praise the One True God: A Universal Call to Worship (Psalm 100:1-5)
A sermon on Psalm 100. An invitation to join in Israel’s bold witness and countercultural faith, that the Lord, and no other, is God.
From the Depths/De Profundis: Finding Forgiveness When I Feel Sorrow for My Sin (Psalm 130:1-8)
A sermon on Psalm 130. A reminder of the great divide between the iniquity of humanity and the goodness of God with whom are forgiveness, lovingkindness, and deliverance.
Why We Never Give Up (2 Corinthians 4:13-16a)
Sermon by Daniel L. Sonnenberg | July 19, 2015 Text: But we continue to preach because we have the same kind of faith the psalmist had when he said, “I believed in God, so I spoke.”
Death for Us, Life for You (2 Corinthians 4:7-12)
Sermon by Daniel L. Sonnenberg | June 21, 2015 Text: 7 We now have this light shining in our hearts, but we ourselves are like fragile clay jars containing this great treasure. This makes it clear that our great power… Read More ›
The Role of Pastors in the Church (1 Timothy 5:17-25)
Sermon by Daniel L. Sonnenberg | January 11, 2015 This message is adapted from a sermon by Philip Ryken, entitled “What Sheep Owe Their Shepherds” in the Reformed Expository Commentary series on 1 Timothy. Text: 17 Let the elders who… Read More ›