God’s Glory as the Grounds for Our Everlasting Joy (Summary)

*This post is the summary of a longer essay I wrote summing up what I have been preaching about for Pleasant Valley Baptist Church’s college ministry.  If this post piqued your interest and you want to read more about this understanding of Christianity (including a more detailed biblical case with references), you can read through … Continue reading God’s Glory as the Grounds for Our Everlasting Joy (Summary)

Gazing Upon Glory

“For if our future blessedness shall consist in being where [Jesus] is, and beholding of his glory, what better preparation can there be for it than in a constant preview contemplation of that glory in the revelation that is made in the Gospel, unto this very end, that by a view of it we may … Continue reading Gazing Upon Glory

The Symbolism of Ceremony: A Homily Delivered at Jacob and Katie Sullivan’s Wedding

*Delivered at Jacob and Katie Sullivan’s wedding on July 15th, 2017 at the Graham Memorial Chapel on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis* Isaiah 62:1-5 “For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent,     and for Jerusalem’s sake I will not be quiet, until her righteousness goes forth as brightness,     and her salvation as … Continue reading The Symbolism of Ceremony: A Homily Delivered at Jacob and Katie Sullivan’s Wedding

“Christianity Has Too Many Rules” Sermon Outline

*This sermon was delivered to the Baptist Student Union (BSU) at the University of Missouri-Columbia on February 17th, 2016* Introduction My name is Caleb Eissler. I’m a senior architecture major here at Mizzou. Make clear your excitement to be speaking at the BSU. Explain briefly your connection to the BSU: parents went there in college … Continue reading “Christianity Has Too Many Rules” Sermon Outline