John 1:35-42: What Are You Seeking?

Sermon preached at RUF's Wednesday Night Fellowship on Oct. 11, 2017. A journey with Jesus begins with two words: a word of intrigue and a word of invitation. In order to determine whether Jesus is legit or not, we need to step in and spend time with him, not simply listening to other people's words about Jesus but actually attending to the Word of God Himself.  

Isaiah 55:1-5: Why Do You Spend Your Money For That Which Is Not Bread?

Sermon preached at RUF Wednesday Night Fellowship on Oct. 4, 2017. As the Boss put it, "Everybody has a hungry heart." We try to fill the hole in our hearts with LEGOs, fame, fortune, sex, Facebook likes, etc., but at the end of the day we are still hungry, hangry, dissatisfied. It doesn't have to be this way. God has the "food" our heart craves, and it is free! Listen. Come. Eat. Taste and see that the Lord is good!

1 Kings 19:1-18: What Are You Doing Here?

Sermon preached at RUF's Wednesday Night Fellowship on Sep. 26, 2017. When things don't turn out the way Elijah expected them to, he is ready to quit—ready to quit his job, ready to give up on life. He is depressed. Depression is a multifaceted problem requiring a multifaceted solution. God meets Elijah where he is at, and God does not leave him there. He comes in comfort. He comes in counsel. And He comes in control. 

Gen. 32:3-31: What Is Your Name?

Sermon preached at RUF's Wednesday Night Fellowship on Sep. 13, 2017. "What is your name?" This is the third question we're looking at in our semester-long series, "Questions God Asks Us." Our names say a lot about us. In this sermon, we look at a man named "Jacob...Cheater." And we see a God who has the power to give him—and us—a new name and identity.