J. Carl Sensenig

Messages by J. Carl Sensenig


Bishop Installation

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig

Installation of Eric Marshall, Brian Martin and James Weick


God Is Able

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: encouraged, equipped

We will look to the Bible to be encouraged that God is able to safely guide us through this life.  Text: Ephesians 3:20-21


Faith Sees Through New Glasses

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: God's goodness/faithfulness

We trust Jesus with or without a “sign.” At times in each of our journeys, knowledge and reason reach their limits. We can still rest in child-like trust in the arms of Jesus.  Text: Mark 8: 1-26


We Need Your Help

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: community, fellowship, forgiveness, love

We need God’s help. Then through fellowship (koinonia), we also help each other. As Jesus loves us, so we love one another. As Jesus forgives us, so we forgive one another.  Text: Psalm 70:5, Acts 2:42


Peace, much more than a future idea…taking Jesus’ most difficult words seriously here and now

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: enemies, peacemaker

Jesus is the perfect Lamb of God who gave his life as a sacrifice for our sins. He calls us to receive God’s love and extend God’s love…even to our enemies.  Text: Matthew 5:43-48


Thankful to Be God’s Beloved

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: forgiven, Identity, restored, thanksgiving

Our identity is in Jesus Christ. We are the chosen, holy and beloved children of God, forgiven and restored. That identity (who we are) directs how we then live as followers of the Lord Jesus under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.  Text: Colossians 3:12-17


Restocking our fridge…blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: Grace, journey, transformation

We are brought into right relationship with God through the transforming grace of Jesus Christ. Yet we know that there is unfinished work in our own lives, and much is awry in our world. We follow Jesus in obedience and in the hope of the coming perfection.  Text: Matthew 5:6.