John Luhmann

John Luhmann

John Luhmann has served as a pastor since 1999 and has served at Sovereign Hope since 2005, where he focuses on the preaching/teaching and leadership of the church. He is a graduate of Wheaton College and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is greatly blessed to be able to devote his life to the church and God's word and loves to see the fruit that God produces in people's lives through the gospel. John and his wife Korinda were married in 1994 and are currently raising their seven children.

Jesus' Power and Love

February 18, 2018

When Jesus heals three unlikely recipients, he demonstrates his power and his love, giving us a foretaste of what is to come.

Scripture: Matthew 8:1-17

Two Paths

February 11, 2018

As Jesus wraps us his Sermon on the Mount, he leaves us with some strong warnings. He wants to make sure we know we will face God's judgment and live forever, which is why it is essential that we place our faith in him.

Scripture: Matthew 7:13-29

Kingdom Relationships

February 4, 2018

When we have received the goodness of God, we can then give this goodness away to others. Jesus' grace and self-sacrificial love are the ethic of his kingdom.

Scripture: Matthew 7:1-12

Money is only money. It cannot compare with the satisfaction that we find in Jesus. But unless we rightly treasure God and trust him as our heavenly Father, it will negatively dominate our lives and hearts.

Scripture: Matthew 6:19-34

Before we make decisions we are influenced by our worldviews. John Luhmann helps us understand the contrasts and conflicts that stem from differing views of understanding.

Confession and forgiveness are often tricky waters to navigate. Here are some points to help bring clarity and direction in our wanderings.

Everywhere You Look

December 19, 2013

Christianity is the only religion which best portrays the reality we live in.

John Luhmann discusses the reasons for a strong view of scripture in the face of a post-Christian culture. Part 2 of 2.

When reflecting on the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, one gets a strong impression of the remarkable degree to which his life was inextricably interwoven with the historical context of his times.

John Luhmann discusses the reasons for a strong view of scripture in the face of a post-Christian culture.

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