I don't often post on the blog about my sermons, but yesterday I finished a series that I am particularly proud of.
When we first began talking about starting a church, one of the first things I decided was that I wanted to preach a series about the Ten Commandments. I had to wait until after all of the Spring holidays had ended (Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day) so I would have plenty of room on the calendar to explore the whole series, and that's what we did--from the end of June all the way until the beginning of September, we spent almost every Sunday talking through one of the Ten Commandments.
For me, this series was so much fun, and I learned a lot about what a sermon series can be and what can be done within the frame of the weekly Sunday conversation between the preacher and other people in the room (and online). Basically, I remembered how much fun preaching can be.
So if you want to hear the series, you can stream it through the Collective Church website, or you can download all ten parts on our iTunes podcast page (or you can just subscribe to the podcast to get weekly sermons delivered right to your listening device).
Thanks for listening and for reading. I'm thrilled to be doing the work I'm doing, and I can't wait to start the next series.