Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons on John

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Truth What Is It, Who Is It

Charleston native and TV personality Stephen Colbert is said to have coined the word “truthiness” on his show the night of October 17, 2005. The word is said to mean “claiming to be true, irrespective of facts or reality. This concept is consistent with the views of many contemporary writers and, indeed, many of our…

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Stop Fighting God

Hannah Learns That Gentleness Means, “Stop Fighting God” On Sunday, we look at Mother’s Day through the lens of Hannah from 1 Samuel. It’s an amazing story that details the power of the fruit of the spirit of true gentleness with a firm center. I am defining gentleness through the phrase… “STOP FIGHTING GOD,” something…

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Great is MY Faithfulness ?

Great is thy faithfulness,’ we sing. We know God is faithful. It may surprise us that faithfulness is one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit the Lord promises His people. Sunday morning we will look to the famous ‘doubting Thomas’ to see what true faithfulness looks like, and what it means to walk faithfully…

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Can We Be Good Without God ?

Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness….Goodness Here we are on the 6th fruit of the Holy Spirit: Goodness. For some the word goodness conjures up such images as the Church Lady from Saturday Night Live; the living symbol of the hypocritical and judgemental but “good” Christian person. It might bring to mind the image of the…

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Putting Skin on the Ineffable

Sunday, December 25 10:30 am Sermon Putting Skin on the Ineffable On Christmas morning, we celebrate a great mystery – a monumental revelation set forth in the fullness of time and by some of the most unimaginable, description-defying events mankind has ever experienced or known. The Incarnation of the Son of God… In many ways…

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