Hi all and Happy Sunday! It was so nice to have clear skies for worship this morning.
Here is my sermon. I was having a hard time coming up with a children's sermon - there's something about Jesus telling the disciples to cut off their hands and feet if they cause them to stumble that just doesn't translate well to children's ministry, ha! Eventually I just gave up and asked Allison, our church school director, what their lesson was going to be. They were learning about Daniel and how God makes us strong so I brought in a free weight and talked about different kind of strength.
- Rev. Sarah
Hi everyone! I hope those of you who are getting hit with this storm in the northeast are safe, dry and warm! We did gather for worship at RCC this morning - it was a small crowd, but where two or more are gathered, right?
Here is my sermon! Enjoy ...
- Rev. Sarah
Hi friends! I know it's been awhile. We closed on our house at the beginning of the summer and then my computer crashed and then I just couldn't pull it together to get my sermons uploaded. But I'm back and ready to try again! I really love connecting with everyone, so thank you for being patient with me!
Now onto Sunday's sermon ...
Back in mid-July we embarked on a year-long sermon series called The Year Of Mark. Inspired by my dear friend Jon Chapman, we literally started at the beginning of the Gospel of Mark and just steadily began to preach through it. It's been amazing! I do have all of my Year Of Mark sermons (and I will at least post the text, if not the audio eventually!) and it will be fun to have that collection one day. But for the time begin, we're picking up in the middle of it and talking about God's signs. Enjoy!