Sermon series

C.S. Lewis, in his book, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, takes a young group of siblings on an adventure in the fantastic world of Narnia.  The story is an expansive allegory, wherein the invisible world becomes visible.  The realities of the conflict between good and evil, God and the devil, illumined through a variety of creatures, as these children step through a wardrobe.

It is no mistake our Creator God refers to Himself as “I AM.”  First to Moses, and then through the rest of the scriptures, Old and New Testament alike.  God is revealing, with these two words, He not only makes promises, He Himself is a promise,  He is a pledge.  A guarantee.  He is the alpha and omega. 

I (Garry) was in Toronto, standing at the corner of Younge & Dundas, listening to the 'corner preachers' from various religions. I mean, various! This might be what you think of, when you hear the word, 'prophet.' Some crazy guy, yelling, angrily, about some imminent doom. 

This is a single sermon series, laying the ground work of God's mission (missio Dei), incarnation, and the church as witness.