The messages are rooted in scripture and relate to our everyday lives and our ever evolving relationship with Jesus Christ.
From our January 22nd gathering at Parkland Community Church! Even though it seems like we should play a part, Pastor Susan questions whether this is really true knowing the power of God’s grace.
From our January 15th gathering at Parkland Community Church! Pastor Susan reminds us to test everything. Here, Aristotle’s words (everything happens for a reason) fall short of the glory of God.
From our January 8th gathering at Parkland Community Church! Pastor Susan reflects on turning the page to grace and forgiveness from our God, who doesn’t change day-to-day or year-to-year.
From our January 1st (New Years Day) gathering at Parkland Community Church! Join Robert, as he discusses the new year – how God is still in control, and how we (still) really can change the world for the better.
From our December 25th Christmas Day virtual gathering at Parkland Church. A light shines in the darkness – and the darkness does not overcome it.
From our December 24th Christmas Eve gathering at Parkland Church. In this sermon we look at God’s love – giving us security, warmth, and comfort, in His ultimate gift.
From our December 18th gathering at Parkland Church. Our Advent in Plain Sight Series and the Fourth week of Advent – Love. In this sermon the Psalmist compares healthy trees to those who delight in the Lord.
From our December 11th gathering at Parkland Church. Our Advent in Plain Sight Series and the third week of Advent – Joy. In this sermon Isaiah reminds us to guard ourselves; and in strengthening ourselves with the complete reliance on God, we begin to walk the path of Jesus.
From our December 4th gathering at Parkland Church. Our Advent in Plain Sight Series and the second week of Advent. In this sermon Jeremiah warns of people promising peace to divert attention from an otherwise wicked world.
From our November 27th gathering at Parkland Church. Our Advent in Plain Sight Series and the first week of Advent. In this sermon Pastor Susan puts us at the threshold of something new and something wonderful.