Category: Writings of the people

29
Jul

Steve Blake: Feeding the Five Thousand

A sermon preached by Steve Blake on July 29th, 2018 Good morning! Please join me in prayer. Poppy, you don’t mind me saying that? May the words that I share with my church family be acceptable to you and your Son, Jesus Christ. That maybe one minutiae of my words will be part of each […]

01
Jul

Fred Mendez: My Hero

A sermon preached by Fred Mendez on July 1st, 2018 based upon  Luke 9:57-62 and Ephesians 4:31-5:2 entitled “My Hero.” I realize as we went along this morning that it would be wonderful if I had crafted a 5-minute sermon. Too bad. I did not think of that. But let’s pray through the pauses that may […]

17
Jun

Bob Keller: The Wonder of a Tiny Seed

A sermon preached by Bob Keller on June 17th, 2018 (Father’s Day) based upon Mark 4:26-34 and entitled, “The Wonder of a Tiny Seed” Was anyone here raised on a farm? Or maybe your parents or grandparents were? Since we’re becoming an urban and suburban culture, many of us have lost the appreciation for agriculture, […]

25
May

Bob Keller: A Memorial Day Sermon

A sermon preached by Bob Keller on May 25, 2008 based upon 1Corinthians 4:1 – 5. Earlier, David read to us from Paul’s first letter to the Church in Corinth. Why was the letter needed? First, a little background about this fair city. It was a large and very prosperous city established by the Greeks, […]

05
Jan

Bob Keller: An After Christmas Sermon

A sermon preached on December 29, 2013 and based on Luke 2:22-35 Gustavo Guttiérrez, a Peruvian-born professor at Notre Dame, said: The Son of God was born into a little people, a nation of little importance by comparison with the great powers of the time. Furthermore, he took flesh among the poor in a marginal […]

27
May

Remembering

A sermon preached by Bob Keller May 26, 2013, Memorial Day weekend, based upon John 14: 15 – 21. Have you ever had to make a difficult decision?  Not one of those life-changing decisions, but one of those that just has you vacillating back and forth, back and forth.  You know – rye or whole […]

Follow by Email
Facebook
YouTube
Instagram