Who is Jesus Sermon – January 12, 2020

  “Who is Jesus?” Matthew 3:13-17 “I want it simple and straightforward.” – Who is Jesus – Exactly?  Introduction In Matthew 16:13, our Lord asked the most important question ever posed. “Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?” What do world religions say? “Jews believe Jesus was Mary’s son, was aContinue reading “Who is Jesus Sermon – January 12, 2020”

Christmas Services @Mt. Hope Church!

Join us Friday December 20th @ 7 p.m. for Blue Christmas. This is a healing service, a safe space to worship Christmastime when you aren’t finding joy so easy to find… Join us Sunday December 22nd for the final Sunday of Advent at our normal time of 10:30 a.m. Join us Tuesday December 24th @Continue reading “Christmas Services @Mt. Hope Church!”

Trunk or Treat! October 27th

We look forward to seeing you at trunk or treat! Bring your kids out in costumes and trick or treat in the trunks of the cars of the people of the church! Everyone is invited to participate. Any questions please contact the church office: 734-425-7280 We’ll see you there. Sunday October 27th @3:00 p.m. (finishedContinue reading “Trunk or Treat! October 27th”

September 2019 Congregationalist Magazine, Galatians 6:2, Pastor Surber

I’m excited about my article in the September 2019 issue of The Congregationalist Magazine. (Pages 25,27 – this is a screenshot image. follow the link below to download the .PDF magazine) There are some other great articles worth reading. Notice the smiling face of Kim Quint, who went with Christina, the kids, and me to Haiti, alongContinue reading “September 2019 Congregationalist Magazine, Galatians 6:2, Pastor Surber”

Come Home to Grace, Sermon August 25, 2019, Rev.Dr. Chris Surber

“The Unveiling of Deity,” John 3:12-17 The Experiment of Faith Introduction For years, I have been telling people that Haitian Creole is rooted in French and that many of the words are just slightly altered French. I have said that to a number of French speakers and then had them report to us how baffledContinue reading “Come Home to Grace, Sermon August 25, 2019, Rev.Dr. Chris Surber”

Critical Thinking

Critical thinking isn’t the tool of the judgemental Pharisee, the hypocritical know-it-all, or the despondent postmodern man that has lost his faith in the transcendent divine. Critical thinking isn’t that kind of criticism. Tearing down. Dismantling simply for the sake of something being historic or classic. Critical thinking means to carefully analyze the evidence, theContinue reading “Critical Thinking”