Sundays Sermon November 27, 2022 1st Sunday of Advent

“Daybreak” Romans 13:11-14       Have you noticed that Black Friday usually begins early in November. Online retailers aren’t shy. They just advertise, “Black Friday Deals” whenever they want. In the earlier days a person had to wait until after Thanksgiving to be lured by such offers. One story is told of a large Department StoreContinue reading “Sundays Sermon November 27, 2022 1st Sunday of Advent”


Sermon for November 20, 2022 Christ the King Sunday

Christ the King Luke 23:33-43       Today is Christ the King Sunday, and our reading for this day sends us to the Good Friday image of Jesus dying on the cross. At first this may seem a bit asynchronous. Are we not supposed to be getting ready for advent and the birth of Christ andContinue reading “Sermon for November 20, 2022 Christ the King Sunday”

Sermon for November 13, 2022

Walking Through Fire Luke 21:5-19       Wars and insurrections, Nation rising up against nation, kingdom against kingdom, great earthquakes, famines and plagues… It sounds a bit like today. Russia against Ukraine and Ukraine being supported by the United States and Western Europe. Russia receiving aid from Iran and China. Perhaps the ones paying the biggerContinue reading “Sermon for November 13, 2022”

Sermon for November 6, 2022 All Saint’s Day

Our Hearts Enlightened Ephesians 1:11-23   Did you make it safely through Halloween? No one got carried off by the ghost and goblins, or the monsters and witches, or the vampires and zombies? Let me tell you sort of a ghost story. I remember one church I was at, and it was really an oddContinue reading “Sermon for November 6, 2022 All Saint’s Day”