First Mennonite Morton

My Shepherd Our Lord

My Shepherd Our Lord

Paths of Righteousness

Tom Linderman
Psalm 23:1-3, Matthew 2:1-12
Righteousness, Scripture, Prayer, Giving
What does it mean to walk on 'paths of righteousness' and what does that look like for disciples of Jesus?  Pastor Tom guides us in these questions as we also study the gifts given to Jesus from the magi.
  • In the House of the Lord Listen

    Tom Linderman - February 09, 2020

    As we conclude our series through Psalm 23, Pastor Tom gives us an overview of heaven with the...
  • Goodness and Mercy Listen

    Aaron Yoder - February 02, 2020

    What are goodness and mercy?  Where do they come from?  How are they joined?  And...
  • You Anoint My Head With Oil Listen

    Aaron Yoder - January 26, 2020

    How was David able to joyfully endure all that he faced and yet say, "my cup overflows?"  We...
  • In The Presence of My Enemies Listen

    Aaron Yoder - January 19, 2020

    What does the Lord provide for His people when they encounter enemies?  How does the Lord...
  • Your Rod and Staff Listen

    Aaron Yoder - January 12, 2020

    How does Jesus, as the Chief Shepherd, direct and protect His people, especially from the evil...
  • Through the Valley Listen

    Aaron Yoder - January 05, 2020

    How can we follow the Lord through our darkest valleys and how can we prepare for them before...
  • Paths of Righteousness Listen

    Tom Linderman - December 29, 2019

    What does it mean to walk on 'paths of righteousness' and what does that look like for disciples...
  • He Restores My Soul Listen

    Aaron Yoder - December 22, 2019

    How can Christians experience the peace of God's still waters while facing fearful or anxious...
  • He Makes Me Lie Down Listen

    Aaron Yoder - December 15, 2019

    What can we learn about ourselves by looking at the habits and needs of sheep?  What...
  • My Shepherd Listen

    Aaron Yoder - December 01, 2019

    Why did the angel appears to the shepherds and what good news is there for us today?  As...