Walking the Way of Jesus

The most common invitation of Jesus to people he meets in the gospels is “Follow me” (see
Mark 2.14, Luke 5.27, John 1.43, among others). This call to follow is the pattern of the
Christian life lived for the past two thousand years, obeying and learning to discern where Jesus
is calling us to follow. Although our cultural context has changed much from those who heard
this earliest call, the one we follow does not change, and therefore we can learn from the way
that those earliest disciples followed Jesus in his earthly ministry. Our sermons for 8 weeks in
the summer will explore the stories in Luke of disciples following Jesus, his call to live in his
kingdom, and to see how we are still called to follow him today, in a series called “Walking the
Way of Jesus.”
June 26
2 Kings 2.1-2,6-14; Psalm 77.1-2,11-20; Galatians 6.1-6; Luke 9.51-62
Sermon by Fr. David Montzingo
July 3
2 Kings 5.1-14; Psalm 30; Galatians 6.7-16; Luke 10.1-11,16-20
Sermon by Fr. David Montzingo
July 10
Amos 7.7-17; Psalm 82; Colossians 1.1-14; Luke 10.25-37
Sermon by Josh Gough
July 17
Amos 8.1-12; Psalm 52; Colossians 1.15-28; Luke 10.38-42
Sermon by Fr. Brian Hughes
 July 24

July 24Hosea 1.2-10; Psalm 85; Colossians 2.6-19; Luke 11.1-13

Sermon by Fr. Brian Hughes
July 31
Hosea 11.1-11; Psalm 107.1-9,43; Colossians 3.1-11; Luke 12.13-21
Sermon by Jason Waller
August 7
Isaiah 1.1,10-20; Psalm 50.1-8,22-23; Hebrews 11.1-3,8-16; Luke 12.32-40
Sermon by Fr. David Montzingo
August 14
Isaiah 5.1-7; Psalm 80.1-2,8-19; Hebrews 11.29-12.2; Luke 12.49-56
Sermon by Fr. Brian Hughes