Monthly Archives: November 2013

Are We Thankful For or In – Sermon 11.24.13

This Sunday is Thanksgiving Sunday. We set this day aside to “REMEMBER to BE THANKFUL.” Pastor Mark asks are we thankful ‘FOR’ or ‘IN’ by using the Scripture Passage, Ephesians 5: 15-20. He then presents us with three stories about … Continue reading

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Being Anxious for… Sermon 11.17.13

What concerns us in all aspects of our lives and in the world? We hear about flooding not only in South Austin but the massive typhoon in the Philippines and wonder if it’s the end of times. Is there any … Continue reading

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A Discovery in Truth – Sermon 11.10.13

Pastor Mark uses Galatians 1:13-20 as a launching pad to discuss expectations. He quickly states that “trying to DO everything to Be what everyone needs you to Be is an unreal expectation.” Pastor Mark talks about the scripture passage and … Continue reading

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What Do You See – Sermon 11.3.13

The opening hymn was the “Battle Hymn of the Republic.” It is a stirring tune, but why choose it for All Saints’ Sunday? “It’s because All SAINTS’ Sunday is supposed to turn our thoughts to heaven and the eternal destiny … Continue reading

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