9:30AM Sunday School
11AM & 7PM Worship

2203 San Antonio St.
Austin, TX 78705

Sermons from August 2014


John Leedy

August 31, 2014
Exodus 3:1-15

Names are important.  From what we call one another, to what we buy at the grocery store, to the subjects our children are taught in school – names have the power to shape our world.  We name all sorts of …

Full Text

With Splendid Brightness

Emily Béghin

August 24, 2014
Exodus 1:8-2:10

In the past few weeks we have heard the stories of Jacob and Joseph. Our passage today begins with, “Now a new king arose over Egypt, who did not know Joseph.” Joseph had saved the people of Egypt from starvation. …

Full Text

I Am Joseph, How’s Dad?

Krystal Leedy

August 17, 2014
Genesis 45:1-15

The Old Testament, at times starts to sound a bit like high schoolers doing Shakespeare at some point, doesn’t it? A really good, but simple plot, with big fancy words with a tad bit of overacting. It’s not that the …

Full Text

Is It Well with Your Brothers?

San Williams

August 10, 2014
Genesis 37:1-4, 12-28

The family drama about Jacob and his children has many nuances, twists, and complexities, but at its center is Jacob’s admonition to Joseph:  “Go now, see if it is well with your brothers.”  I wonder if the entire Word of …

Full Text


Paul Hooker

August 3, 2014
Genesis 32:22-32

By now, you know the story of Jacob: you’ve listened to it read weekly from this pulpit this summer. You know how Jacob was the younger of twins, issuing from Rebekah’s womb holding the heel of his older-by-a-minute brother, Esau, …

Full Text