Monthly Archives: April 2014

Having Christ-ed Eyes — Sermon 4.27.14

It’s true, isn’t it? . . . That much of what we learn in life comes from our own personal experiences. Such is the case for this list I came across recently entitled: “Great Truths About Life That Little Children … Continue reading

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The Redeeming Message of Easter! — Sermon 4.20.14

Pastor Mark tells the story of the legend of the “touchstone”: a miraculous stone on the coast of the Black Sea that could restore life, recognizable by its unusual warmth. He tells the story of a man who gave up … Continue reading

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“What’s In a Name?” — Sermon 4.14.14

Rev. James Moore, pastor of St Luke’s UMC in Houston is a bestselling author of over 40 books. He is Abingdon Press’ top selling author. He is an acclaimed preacher and pastor. He served as Senior Pastor of St. Luke’s … Continue reading

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When Excessive is O.K. — Sermon 4.6.14

In beginning the message today, I want to share with you a true story that happened a few years ago with a man in New York City who was kidnapped. Apparently this man’s kidnappers called his wife and asked for … Continue reading

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Still At the Well? –Sermon 3.30.14

Last week, Pastor Mark and his wife Mara went on a Cruise vacation. Their arrival was delayed, however, by an oil spill in Galveston. This reminded Pastor Mark of the preciousness of water, and of the passage Guest Preacher Dan … Continue reading

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