Referring to the Bing Crosby song, Rev. Huggins opened up with the words: “Accentuate the positive. Eliminate the negative…Don’t mess with Mister In-Between.” Listen as he shares a message based on Luke and casts similarities on the present.
On Easter Sunday, Pastor Emeritus Huggins shares a message of Jesus’ return. Following on what happened after the crucifixion, he illustrates the disciples actions and elaborates on Jesus’ message to his followers after he rose from the dead.
In a candid discussion about the prevalence of Christianity in the United States, Rev. Huggins shares a message about the casual unbelief that permeates our society. Who leads the world in the terms we create; Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness?
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 his return as Pastor Ameritus, Rev. Huggins shared a story from his childhood and having to move as a youth, and some of the expectations placed upon him. In this message from Luke, hear how he explains how some of those lessons learned as a child help relate to our lives as adults.
In his “Swan Song” message as McLeod’s Stated Supply Pastor, Rev. Huggins shared this with McLeod: “You are the Church” – He shared about how he came so McLeod and how he sees the Church family here moving forward following his departure.
A trip to Jerusalem where he saw the site of the Cross, and the brutality shown to Christ helped Dick craft this message. In this Easter message, Dick outlines the importance of what came after the resurrection and why it is more important than a hole in the ground where a cross once stood.
In this sermon in the series of Pastors that enriched his faith, Rev. Huggins reflects on the impact that Dr. Peter Marshall had on his ministry. From his calling to the New York Ave. Presbyterian Church, to his position as Clergy for the Senate, his influence weighed on Dick’s path as a Presbyterian Pastor.
From the influence of George Buttrick, Rev. Huggins had Paul Scherer as a professor. Rev. Huggins gave a message as a student before Scherer where Scherer commented “you could preach the yellow pages effectively, but that was no sermon.” This Lutheran preacher had a distinct impact on Dick.