Monthly Archives: July 2013

Raze the Roof in Worship

The Church of St John the Evangelist is a parish very close to Waterloo Station in London.  During a recent visit to the city my wife and I happened to stay nearby the parish.  As we walked by on our … Continue reading

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The Sign Outside the Bar said Safe Sex Games

  I intended to go over and take a photo of the sign outside of the bar that said: Safe Sex Games 18+ Welcome.  Actually, I did go over to take the picture but I was too late – they … Continue reading

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What Kind of Samaritan are You?

“What shall I do to inherit eternal life?”, the lawyer asked Jesus.  The answer is a lot more demanding than he surely wanted.  The answer helps us understand why the First Century Church grew and what it will take to … Continue reading

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On a Mission from God

What does it take to motivate you to do something hard, unpleasant or dangerous?  What if it is God asking? Today’s sermon looks at the disciples who were sent out into danger without money, supplies or even shoes.  Would you  … Continue reading

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Pomp and Vain Glory

The lyrics of the hymn we were singing said, “Your majesty, I can but bow.  I lay my all before You now.  In royal robes I don’t deserve I live to serve Your majesty.” 

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