I’m very excited to be here – but to be honest, I’m also a little scared. You see, I was taught from a very early age that it was more important to think about what I want to say than say it; it was more valuable to listen than to speak. No wonder I spend […]Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
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Last week it was Thomas. This week Peter has his one-on-one with Jesus. And it’s time to deal with the 24,000 pound elephant in the room – Peter’s denial.
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This is an extraordinary text for an extraordinary day – Pentecost combined with Memorial Day weekend, when we remember those who have served this country. The day after the Brelo case as crowds gather waiting for a word that makes sense. Even game 3 as 20,000 gather in one place sharing one home court spirit.Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
What a scripture reading! There’s a lot of tension in it, a lot of agitationSermon Archives | No Comments »>