Today’s sermon begins at the 17:30 mark. One of my favorite scenes in all of cinema comes from the animated movie Inside Out. If you haven’t seen it, it takes place in the mind of an eleven-year-old girl named Riley. The main characters are Riley’s emotions.
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In the recording of this morning’s worship service, Rev. Annich’s sermon on forgiveness begins around the 16 minute mark. My dog, Trouper, has a problem with resentment. If there were a 12-Step Program for dogs, I would encourage him to attend the meetings.
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This is one of my favorite passages in all of scripture. Before reality TV and “The Bachelor” (or Bachelorette), God hands the rose to David!Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
Snakes get our attention. Even hearing the word snake can get most of usSermon Archives | No Comments »>