Sermons on Luke

Sermons on Luke

Neighboring Matters

Jesus is questioned about what is most important. We expect him to answer to love God. But Jesus continues the second most important thing is to love your neighbor.. In this message we explore ways you can be a better neighbor.

How To Fight A Judgmental Spirit

It is easy to make judgments based on appearances. But Jesus reminds us our assessment can often be wrong. He invites us to a redemptive way of helping others with their struggles only after we’ve considered our own struggles first.

How to Love When Hated

In a world full of hate, Jesus commanded his followers to respond in a completely different, other-worldly way. While it may seem impossible, God has modeled and shown us the way of how to love our enemies.

Just As God Promised

As Executive Director of Mission Alive, a church planting ministry, Tod Vogt, was in on the planning of Redland Hills from the very beginning.  He was in town on Sunday to celebrate the church’s 10th birthday. 

His Gospel Is Peace

The word ‘peace’ surrounds us this time of year. It was central to the angel’s announcement of Jesus’ birth. Yet it may feel very elusive in our lives. What were they proclaiming and does it matter?

Good News For Anxious Times

There is a lot to worry about this Christmas. The original participants in the Christmas story had some fears as well. But God actually comes to us in our fears and calls us forward into faith.

The Waiting Room

The waiting room is never fun. Waiting on God to fulfill his promises is not enjoyable either. Th exiles had to wait and we are waiting too. It is this in-between period that requires enormous faith to truth God’s promises. Grab those promises and don’t let go! From Jeremiah 30-31.

What is the 5 year vision for RHC?

God has been faithful to use this church in its first 10 years. What are the essentials we must keep doing as we look ahead? How does the mission of Jesus shape our future together?

Full Disclosure

Jesus invites the world to follow him. Yet Jesus is very clear discipleship comes with a cost. In Luke 14 he provides full disclosure and calls us to have considered the implications.

The Glue of Community

Human nature uses people to our own selfish advantages. Jesus flips our natural tendencies upside down and leads by example to show us how community should really function.