Elder Mark Wells delivers a sermon on the Jesus’ words “let the children come to me” as the congregation prepares to welcome it’s new pastor.
One of MY New Years resolutions is to get back in the habit of posting the sermons on the website. I must admit, I might feel more inspired about it if I knew anyone LISTENED to the sermons I post, so if you happen to enjoy these (or even think they’re a good idea) please make a comment on this post and let me know!
These sermons are from June, I think.
Sermon 1: Confrontation in a vineyard
Sermon 2: A bridge not a barrier
Today I have two sermons for you.
The second, for the first Sunday in Lent, a sermon on the bread of life.
Here is the sermon from Burlington Presbyterian Church for January 17, 2010 called “The Good Wine”.
One of the projects the Hospitality Committee at Burlington Presbyterian has been working on is recording and podcasting some of our sermons. The very first trial run was the Stewardship skit by Ray and Adam back this November. The audio quality on this recording isn’t perfect, but the skit is just as funny as I remember.
Hopefully other podcasts will follow in this space, so that those who have to miss the sermon for any reason can hear it!
So, with no further ado, here is:
Ray and Adam’s Stewardship Skit
BONUS! I’ve only succeeded in capturing one full sermon so far. Here’s one of Rod’s Advent sermons.
Roadwork for the Lord