Jean Reinhold’s sermon begins at the 28 minute mark. Before I begin, I was speaking to the Pathways kids this morning, as a member of the Co-pastor Nominating Committee, to update them on our progress. I asked them to write some advice for our new Co-pastor, whoever she will be. As for preaching, they said: […]Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
I don’t doubt for a moment that Jesus brought the son of the widow of Nain back to life. Jesus was reported to be a wonder worker, a healer – and the gospels relate several occasions when Jesus brought a dead person back to life. After all, our Christian faith’s foundation is resurrection.Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
On the MoveSermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
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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Happy Easter…Christ has risen! He has risen indeed! Alleluia! For over 2,000 years Christians have proclaimed that!Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
One of my first baptisms after being called to Forest Hill was for a little girl, perhaps 2 or 3 years old. Her parents were stationed overseas, moved a lot, and had not found a church – Forest Hill had been their home church and so when the parents felt moved to baptize their child […]Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
And they said nothing to anyone, for they were afraid. Mark 16:8 Fear makes you do funny things.Sermon Archives | No Comments »>