Sunday sermon, Oct. 4, 2020
There is a lot of talk about the economy these days, but the one that matters to people of faith is Christ’s economy — which is an economy of generosity. In today’s sermon, Pastor Tom Hartshorn revisits the parable from Luke chapter 16 about the dishonest steward and urges us all to be good stewards of the gifts we have been given. God’s economy is about spending, not hoarding. It’s about abundance, not lack. Wealth is to be spent on that which has eternal merit. Give generously, with your time, talent and treasure, and know that while it can never be as much as God’s generosity, it will make a difference in this world.
Click on the arrow in the middle of the image below to start this week’s mini-sermon. Please note that we had a technical glitch during the taping, so there is some content missing around the 18-minute mark. We hope you won’t notice the difference.
Also, we have a bonus this week. At the end of the sermon, we have two songs played on the piano by Joey DiGuglielmo, our director of music. The songs are: “Sanctus” and “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.” Enjoy!