Recent sermons:

The first of a 3-part series on the human experience of worry. This presentation explores some of the underlying causes of anxious feelings.

The sixth sermon in the series, "Call" about God's purpose for our lives. This message is based on Acts chapter 3 and is all about hearing and responding to the voice of the Holy Spirit. Check out my podcast on this: Behind the Sermon: www.behindthesermon.com

The second in a 3-part series on the human experience of worry. This sermon presents some practical strategies for dealing with these unpleasant feelings in the moment.

The fifth sermon in the series, "Call" about God's purpose for our lives. Check out my podcast on this: Behind the Sermon: www.behindthesermon.com http://www.krisloewen.com/podcast/201...

The final message from a 3-part series on the human experience of worry. In this presentation, Kristopher discusses long-term strategies for preventing worry in the first place.

Access past sermons by visiting my  YouTube channel.   You may also visit  wwuchurch.com/worship-service-archive  to find past sermons at the Walla Walla University Church and watch full worship service recordings.

Access past sermons by visiting my YouTube channel.

You may also visit wwuchurch.com/worship-service-archive to find past sermons at the Walla Walla University Church and watch full worship service recordings.

 

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The first time I spoke publicly was as a sophomore in high school. I wrote a first-person monologue from the perspective of a soldier who nailed Jesus to the cross. The confession he made was my own. The Holy Spirit felt palpable in those moments. I can't say that I fell in love with the craft in that first experience but it certainly shapes me to this day.

As I grew in faith and as a leader among my peers, I was granted additional opportunities to lend my hand at public speaking. At high school graduation, I spoke to my friends from the stage as our class president. Thinking back on that speech is a little less flattering. At that point I was a young fundamentalist, fiery in passion for my narrow view of the world. But yet again, the feeling of joy in God's presence is a key memory from that foray.

Today, I think that public speaking is one of my primary gifts - not necessarily because my personality is so compelling or that I've got stand-up comedian humor. Rather, I am good at interpreting and explaining the world through the lens of church, scripture, and Jesus. I give language to the everyday experiences of people who simply want to live their lives, enjoy their families, and make a difference in the world. My favorite thing about preaching is how it affords an opportunity to set people free from the imposed bondage of false ideas about God and reality.

Attached here are my six most recent sermons from the pulpit of the Walla Walla University Church. In addition to speaking in this my home context several times per year, I also travel regularly throughout the region and world to lead "Week of Prayer" convocations and weekend retreats, as well as to speak from the pulpits of my neighboring partners in ministry.

If you would like a transcript, notes, or references from a sermon I've given, please don't hesitate to contact me. I'm excited to share!