Sermons by Pastor Peter Zinn

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THE SONG OF THE REDEEMED, Rev. 7:9-17

October 7, 2018   Let’s talk about the saints.  Most often, when we think of saints, we think of people whom the Catholic Church has deemed as saints, or perhaps, we think of the people like the Apostles’ or St. Paul, Martin Luther, or Dietrich Bonhoeffer, or Oscar Romero.  We might think of Mother Teresa […]

TOGETHERING, Ephesians 4:1-16

September 2, 2018   On a Sunday morning when we punctuate our Mission Study with worship, I want to talk about vacation.  It’s a concept that can either conjure up images of relaxing days on the beach, or in my family, up in the High Sierra, among the pines and lakes and craggy mountains.  But […]

WELL, WHAT DO WE DO?, Ephesians 2:1-10

August 12, 2018   You may have recognized the scripture passage this morning.  I used it last Sunday to get to the heart of all of Christianity.  “By grace you are saved, through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God.”   But the passage does go on:  “[… it is […]

THE ACT OF GOD, Ephesians 2:1-10

August 5, 2018   Paul begins this section of Ephesians by saying that, as we are, you and I are dead in sins and trespasses; now he says that God, in His love and mercy, has made us alive in Jesus Christ.  So what exactly did he mean by that? ‘God in His mercy made […]