In this powerful sermon, Revered Babb preaches on the importance of not just surviving, but thriving–how Jesus, through community, wanted each of us to thrive in this life!
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In this week’s sermon about endings, Reverend Babb preaches on the importance of having compassion for those within our community and how Jesus set the example for showing compassion and sympathy to others in times of need and distress.
In this week’s awesome sermon, Reverend Babb discusses the importance of what we do and how we handle ourselves in the midst of suffering in a reflection of Jesus. For it is in the midst of suffering where we find a new level of humanity, community, and love in God’s great kingdom.
In this week’s sermon, we take a look back at Reverend Babb’s Easter sermon about the beautiful miracle of Jesus’ resurrection!
In this week’s touching sermon, Revered Babb discusses the Kavanaugh nomination and woman coming together to raise their collective voice. He also fondly recollects on spending time in Missouri after a death in the family and how it is the power of God that helps us come together and move forward in life during trying times.
In this week’s topical sermon, Revered Babb discusses the problem of “group think” in society and how we find God in the struggle of life and within the love our relationships.
In this week’s episode, we take a look back at Reverend Babb’s Earth Day sermon where he discusses the Good Shepherd coming for all of us.
Trust God’s Order. In this week’s sermon, Reverend Babb discusses poverty and the system working against the poor, and how the Church is about the hope of God for all people.
In this week’s topical sermon, Reverend Babb discusses the idea of illegal immigration vs. asylum, kids separated from their parents at the border, the peril of not questioning the world around you, and how Jesus was trying to get us to think in a new way.
In this week’s accepting and powerful sermon, Reverend Babb discusses the danger of hiding our true individual natures from family, living our own truth and the perils of not doing so, and being saved by faith. We are ALL one with Christ.