Sermons by Dr. Dale Kuehne
John 14. Pastor Dale’s farewell sermon encourages us to see the world for what it is in all it’s brokenness, but also to live into the realities of the cross, pentecost and heaven which can change the world now and prepare us for the world to come.
Ecclesiastes 3 and Matthew 26. Pastor Dale shares a message about staying centered in Christ in the midst of brokenness and tragedy.
Acts 17. When the Apostle Paul found himself in Athens he worked to understand the people and culture in order to more effectively share the gospel in that context, meeting them where they were. Dale Kuehne reminds us that we need to take the same approach as we bring the good news of Jesus to our communities.
Acts 16. Paul and Timothy are obedient to the Holy Spirit’s leading, yet they end up in prison. God calls all of us to follow even when we don’t have all the answers, even when the cost could be our very lives.
Acts 16. The Apostle Paul had a plan, but God had a different one. Because Paul was listening He was able to adapt to God’s plan. Dale Kuehne explores the application of this to our lives personally and collectively as we ask the question “What’s Next?”.
John 3. Dale Kuehne shows the importance of making the truths of the Apostle’s Creed personal, not simply a recitation of basic Christian doctrine.
Pastor Dale’s Easter message wraps up our series on the Lord’s Prayer, highlighting the fact that our prayer to be delivered from evil is answered in Jesus’ victory at the resurrection.
Psalm 130 and Matthew 6. The command about forgiving others is the only thing that Jesus repeats after teaching His disciples how to pray. Dale Kuehne explores the reasons why.
Isaiah 55 and Matthew 6. The Lord’s Prayer challenges us to consider our needs vs. our wants, centering us in the reality that if we truly seek to live our lives for God, He promises to provide all that we need to do that.
James 1 and Matthew 5. Sometimes it’s difficult to ask for God’s will to be done because we can’t see the whole picture and we are not in control. But if we realize that God’s will will be done, one way or another, we can release everything to God and just say “It is well with my soul.” God is the one thing that never changes in both good and bad weather.
Mathew 13. Dale Kuehne explores Jesus’ parables about the kingdom of God and what it looks like for us to truly pray and live in response to the phrase “Your kingdom come.” Each week this sermon series includes the display of banners based on the Lord’s Prayer, painted by Dr. Kuehne’s daughter Leah. You can see each week’s banner on this post or see the whole collection by clicking here.
Acts 15. In this chapter a great debate comes to a head in the Jerusalem council, do the Gentiles need to convert to Judaism to be saved? If not, then what requirements are placed on them? Dale Kuehne shares his personal list of 6 guiding points, not specific laws, that help him to pursue a life of holiness and remain centered in the mission Christ.