Category: Writings of the people

24
May

Being Connected, by Bob Keller

A sermon preached by Bob Keller on Mother’s Day, May 10th, 2009, based upon John 15: 1 – 8 and 1 John 4: 7 – 12, entitled “Being Connected”   The topic today is ‘being connected.’  The current state of our world economy demonstrates our interdependence.  However, our connectedness as Christians makes us unique.   […]

28
Dec

FRUSTRATION or FASCINATION

A sermon preached by Bob Keller on December 28, 2008 based on Luke 2: 22 – 40.   If you listen, and you don’t have to be listening that carefully, you’ll hear it.  FWUMP! That’s the sound of the big after Christmas letdown.  We’ve all seen it and maybe some of us have felt it.  All the […]

06
Nov

Who are the saints? by Bob Keller

A sermon preached on November 2, 2008 (All Saints Sunday) by Bob Keller, based upon Revelation 7:9 – 17 and Matthew 5:1 – 12 Today, All Saints’ Sunday, we respectfully recognize all of the Saints.  During our prayers today, we recalled the names of those Saints that have gone before us.  But who are (were) […]

28
May

Passing Judgment: a sermon by Bob Keller

A sermon preached by Bob Keller on May 25th, 2008, based upon 1 Corinthians 4:1 – 5, entitled “Passing Judgement.” 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 […]

24
May

A Memorial Day Sermon by Bob Keller

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, […]

08
Jan

“Hassles”: A sermon by Bob Keller

A sermon preached by Bob Keller on December 30, 2007 based on Matthew 2: 13 – 23. I’d like to start this morning by relating this imaginary correspondence between Martha Stewart and the late Erma Bombeck: Hi Erma, This perfectly delightful note is being sent on paper I made myself to tell you what I […]

13
Aug

Mary and Martha, by Al Booth

A sermon given by Al Booth on July 22, 2007 based upon Luke 10:38 – 42  Early in the beginning of the 20th century two girls were born and raised in West Orange, New Jersey.  One was Mary and the other was Martha.  Along with their five brothers they lived a pleasant and prosperous life, […]