Fueled by football fandom, this message from Rev. Ginn shared a message from Joshua and Matthew. Kitti revels in how our God is always loving and never lets us down, unlike many of our favorite football teams.
As he recounts a question posed, Dr. Joseph Davis shares a message of the importance of a relationship with God, and the importance of believing in God. Listen as he shares figures and facts around belief and understanding in God.
In a message fueled by the history of Martin Luther, Richard Cali shares about how the Reformation Changed Everything. Reading from Romans and combining with other biblical history, Cali shares an insightful message outlining why Luther’s actions were instrumental to the Presbyterian Church of today.
Moses was the guy with the “God connection”. As both an intermediary and a leader, Moses served a number of purposes to help God and his people. Listen as Rev. Belusa shares a message about how our actions everyday mirror those of Moses.
In an examination of an allegorical tale, Rev. Belusa shares a message that incorporates passages from Isaiah and Matthew to help convey the message of Yielding Good Fruit. Listen to this sharing of a message about God’s expectations of our lives.
In this message from Pastor Emertius Huggins, we hear about Paul and his directions around love. As he takes on topics like the recent NFL kneeling controversy, hear how the word of God speaks to each of us.
In this message from Rev. Weber, she shares a message about Paul’s letters to the Phillipians and how it measures up against a message from famed author Dr. Seuss. Specifically, she uses the tale of the Lorax to draw similarities to Paul’s letters, and to our lives today.
Fred Craddock, while visiting his dying father in the hospital, had his father scrawl a passage from Hamlet on a Kleenex box. “In this harsh world, draw thy breath in pain.” As Rev. Weber shares from Craddock’s life history, she weaved in how the murmurs in the early Church paralleled his path in becoming a preacher and the importance of being a light in the world.
In looking at McLeod’s journey to find a new Pastor as a family road trip, Patrice shares a message that comes from the Gospel of Mark. As we follow the “GPS” of our journey, we are reminded that we are following the directions of our higher power.