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SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2013

There Are Heroes Among Us

Speaker: Rev. Pat Sleeth   Scripture: John 15:9-17

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SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2013

For Lack of a Better Word

For Lack of a Better Word Our society is built upon following rules and obeying laws. And there is a great sense of security and satisfaction that comes from doing what is required in the manner that is expected. But is it possible to love doing the right thing (in the right way) too much? What happens when doing the right thing makes me want to point out the wrong thing in you? Why does my choice to follow the rules make your choice to disregard the rules so hard to put up with? This morning were going to look at, for lack of a better word, Pharisees. We are going to out the Pharisee within us in order to put our hearts more closely in line with that of Jesus. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Luke 7:36-50

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SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2013

Bad Calls from the Bible: The Curse of the Corner Office

Bad Calls From the Bible We are wrapping up our sermon series following the theme of Bad Calls from the Bible . This series focused on great women and men from the Bible and the bad calls, or poor decisions, that they made as well as how we can learn to avoid those same kind of mistakes in our own lives. Some heroes of the faith made binding vows and promises that they soon regretted; others made rash decisions on Gods behalf without first consulting God; and there were still others who allowed anger, jealousy, and impulsiveness to cloud their better judgment. The St. Andrew pastors went deep into the scriptures to retell some of the important stories that we may have overlooked in our daily devotions. They also pointed out some of the well-known contemporary people who have fallen into the same trap, and spent some time figuring out how to protect us and our loved ones from making those same bad calls. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scriptures: Philippians 2:5-11, Mark 10:35-45

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SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 2013

Bad Calls from the Bible: How to Avoid Becoming a Moral Cheapskate

Bad Calls From the Bible Today, we will launch a new, engaging sermon series following the theme of Bad Calls from the Bible. Just in time to ride the wave of all the controversial calls of March Madness, were going to be focusing on great women and men from the Bible and the bad calls, or poor decisions, that they made as well as how we can learn to avoid those same kind of mistakes in our own lives. Some heroes of the faith made binding vows and promises that they soon regretted; others made rash decisions on Gods behalf without first consulting God; and there were still others who allowed anger, jealousy, and impulsiveness to cloud their better judgment. The St. Andrew pastors will be going deep into the scriptures over the coming weeks to retell some of the important stories that we may have overlooked in our daily devotions. They will also point out some of the well-known contemporary people who have fallen into the same trap, and spend some time figuring out how to protect ourselves and our loved ones from making those same bad calls. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Genesis 12:10-13:2

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SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 2013

You’re NOT the Boss of Me!

Bad Calls From the Bible Today, we will launch a new, engaging sermon series following the theme of Bad Calls from the Bible. Just in time to ride the wave of all the controversial calls of March Madness, were going to be focusing on great women and men from the Bible and the bad calls, or poor decisions, that they made as well as how we can learn to avoid those same kind of mistakes in our own lives. Some heroes of the faith made binding vows and promises that they soon regretted; others made rash decisions on Gods behalf without first consulting God; and there were still others who allowed anger, jealousy, and impulsiveness to cloud their better judgment. The St. Andrew pastors will be going deep into the scriptures over the coming weeks to retell some of the important stories that we may have overlooked in our daily devotions. They will also point out some of the well-known contemporary people who have fallen into the same trap, and spend some time figuring out how to protect ourselves and our loved ones from making those same bad calls. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Pat Sleeth   Scripture: Jonah 1:1-10

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SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2013

Bad Calls From the Bible: Dumb Promises You Can't Keep

Today, we will launch a new, engaging sermon series following the theme of Bad Calls from the Bible. Just in time to ride the wave of all the controversial calls of March Madness, were going to be focusing on great women and men from the Bible and the bad calls, or poor decisions, that they made as well as how we can learn to avoid those same kind of mistakes in our own lives. Some heroes of the faith made binding vows and promises that they soon regretted; others made rash decisions on Gods behalf without first consulting God; and there were still others who allowed anger, jealousy, and impulsiveness to cloud their better judgment. The St. Andrew pastors will be going deep into the scriptures over the coming weeks to retell some of the important stories that we may have overlooked in our daily devotions. They will also point out some of the well-known contemporary people who have fallen into the same trap, and spend some time figuring out how to protect ourselves and our loved ones from making those same bad calls. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scriptures: Judges 11:29-40, Matthew 5:33-37

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SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013

So, Are We There Yet?

The Last Road Trip Pastors Pat and Tim are preaching throughout Lent on Jesus last journey on the road to Jerusalem. The gospel of Luke takes a decided shift in chapter 9, verse 51 in which it says, When the days drew near for him to be taken up, Jesus set his face to go to Jerusalem. And really from that point on Jesus begins his final journey not just to the great city of Jerusalem, but also to the cross, the grave, and from the empty tomb to the road to Emmaus. Join us as our pastors help us find insight and inspiration in the final journey of Jesus, which nicely parallels our journey through the holy season of Lent. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Pat Sleeth   Scripture: Luke 19:28-44

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SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2013

A Rabbi, A Tax Collector, and a Pharisee Walk into a Bar...

The Last Road Trip Pastors Pat and Tim are preaching throughout Lent on Jesus last journey on the road to Jerusalem. The gospel of Luke takes a decided shift in chapter 9, verse 51 in which it says, When the days drew near for him to be taken up, Jesus set his face to go to Jerusalem. And really from that point on Jesus begins his final journey not just to the great city of Jerusalem, but also to the cross, the grave, and from the empty tomb to the road to Emmaus. Join us as our pastors help us find insight and inspiration in the final journey of Jesus, which nicely parallels our journey through the holy season of Lent. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Luke 18:9-14

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2013

Hey! Are We LOST?

The Last Road Trip Pastors Pat and Tim are preaching throughout Lent on Jesus last journey on the road to Jerusalem. The gospel of Luke takes a decided shift in chapter 9, verse 51 in which it says, When the days drew near for him to be taken up, Jesus set his face to go to Jerusalem. And really from that point on Jesus begins his final journey not just to the great city of Jerusalem, but also to the cross, the grave, and from the empty tomb to the road to Emmaus. Join us as our pastors help us find insight and inspiration in the final journey of Jesus, which nicely parallels our journey through the holy season of Lent. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Pat Sleeth   Scripture: Luke 15:1-3, 11(b)-32

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SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2013

The Death of Schadenfreude

The Last Road Trip Pastors Pat and Tim are preaching throughout Lent on Jesus last journey on the road to Jerusalem. The gospel of Luke takes a decided shift in chapter 9, verse 51 in which it says, When the days drew near for him to be taken up, Jesus set his face to go to Jerusalem. And really from that point on Jesus begins his final journey not just to the great city of Jerusalem, but also to the cross, the grave, and from the empty tomb to the road to Emmaus. Join us as our pastors help us find insight and inspiration in the final journey of Jesus, which nicely parallels our journey through the holy season of Lent. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Luke 13:1-9

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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