Sermons by “Rev. Dr. Jennifer Blake”

A Different Kind of King

Palm Sunday marks the triumphant entry of Jesus to Jerusalem. The people lined the roads waving palm branches with shouts of “Hosanna.” Most knew a King was in their presence, but what kind of king were they expecting? What kind of king do we expect? In this message from Pastor Blake, we discover “A Different Kind of King”. Based on Matthew 21:1-11.

Stream | Download MP3 | Subscribe to Sermons

View Sermon

Filled and Overflowing

Based on Romans 5:1-11, Rev. Jennifer Blake’s sermon shows how scripture itself is filled and overflowing with valuable lessons, but also how our faith keeps us filled and overflowing with God’s Love even in our difficult moments.

Stream | Download MP3 | Subscribe to Sermons

View Sermon

Adventure is Calling

Based on Matthew 4:12-18, Rev. Jennifer Blake gives a sermon about becoming disciples of Jesus, about answering the call of our faith. Will you drop it all and follow him as the first disciples did, or will you continue your current path with an increased sharing of the Good News though your words and deeds. From our smallest actions to our biggest, we are called to a specific Way. The Lord is calling, how will you respond?

Stream | Download MP3 | Subscribe to Sermons

View Sermon

The Gift of Peace

The children of First Presbyterian host the sermon to show us that even in the chaos of the world, the God of Peace is with us.

Stream | Download MP3 | Subscribe to Sermons

View Sermon

All or Nothing?

Based on Philippians 4:4-15, Rev. Jennifer Blake reminds the congregation that our faith grounds us in contentment not only when there is plenty, but also when there is little. Even when times are rough our faith enables us to recognize the things our Lord is doing in our lives and how He gives us strength to rise above the worries of the world. Our faith compels us to focus on the bright side so that through our exuberance others will see that our God brings us peace.

Stream | Download MP3 | Subscribe to Sermons

View Sermon