Monthly Archives: October 2014

“How Have We Gone?” Sermon–10.26.2014

I know we’re jumping backward in the book of Matthew a couple of chapters from where we last left off, as we have been looking at Matthew’s Gospel . . . but I felt it necessary to lift up this … Continue reading

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How Are We Doing, Kids? Sermon – 10.19.2014

The Children’s Sabbath is typically held in congregations across the Nation on the third Sunday in October. The Children’s Sabbath simply aims to unite religious congregations of all faiths across the nation in common concern for children and a common … Continue reading

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You Are Invited Sermon – 10.12.2014

I have to admit . . . that I approach these Sunday morning messages having made some dangerous assumptions . . . and one of the greatest of these assumptions is that . . . everyone is a Christian. And … Continue reading

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What Kind of Tenant Are We? Sermon – 10.5.2014

SENDER ENCODES ~ RECEIVER DECODES ALL of us can relate to the frustration involved in not being able to communicate information with another person. You think you’re communicating one thing, and the receiver doesn’t encode your information in the same … Continue reading

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Grace Ain’t Fair! Sermon – 9.28.2014

As we continue to make our way across the Gospel according to Matthew . . . I don’t know about you, but as I read his Gospel, I sense that actions have consequences for Matthew. It seems that he’s a … Continue reading

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