Paul’s Conversion: April 15, 2018

Are there things that you don’t like to do? Are there daily or weekly chores? Is there a to do list? We all have those tasks that we would rather not do, but we still must complete. Sometimes, we are give a job and it is a difficulty chore. It is no different for us or folks from past generations. Sometimes we get called to do something that we are unsure of, but are invited to serve none the less. A prime example is Ananias. He is aware of Saul. The church in Damascus has been talking about Saul and its members rightfully afraid of him — he has, after all, been dragging Christians out of house after house, throwing them into prison, and desiring their deaths.

This Lament

You have those moments when you are with people. You know that that moment is sacred and holy and special. One of those moments took place in September of 2007. I was serving a Presbyterian Church in Norfolk Virginia…

Ren McCormack Had It Right

Let me share with you this morning a siloquey, not from the bard Shakespeare, but from another source; a little more recent writing. “From the oldest of time people danced…”

A Difficult Passage

Ah, King David! A hero’s hero! A man’s man! We all know the story from a couple of weeks ago…