Category: Writings of the people

31
Dec

When You Lose Jesus, Fear Not!

A sermon preached on December 30, 2018 by Bob Keller based upon Luke 2: 41-52 Does anything amaze or astonish you anymore? Maybe the sight of the Grand Canyon.  Or maybe seeing Niagara Falls does it for you.  Or it could be the sight of beautiful mare nurturing her newborn foal.  Of course for new […]

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 […]

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