SERMON: The Two Great Commandments

Luke 10:25-37 A. INTRODUCTION One of the great traditions of the church—and amongst Anglican’s in particular—has been the reciting of the commandments. Indeed, in the Book of Common Prayer, the Ten Commandments were required to be recited at every single communion...

DEVOTION: The Spiritual Journey

Matthew 7:13-14 One of the things about life is that it can seem to be smoothly rolling along—like we haven’t a care in the world—when all of a sudden it comes to a screeching halt, and we are forced to take a change in direction. It can happen when we are young, when...

QUESTION: Retirement

It is often said that there is no such thing as retirement in the church. But, if so, why does the church behave differently to its workers who have technically “retired” but are still willing to help? Where, in biblical terms, is the respect and care that is due to...

QUESTION: Caring for One Another

The issue of child abuse continues to be part of our everyday news. But does the church really believe that saying sorry, paying reparations to the victims, and bringing in preventative measures, alone, will change the church into an institution that really cares?...

QUESTION: Death Penalty

There is a movement, these days, against the use of the death penalty. And yet God, on Mount Sinai, proclaimed its use for those who undermine his authority and for those who attack the stability of the community. Does that suggest that we are missing something in our...

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