Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons by The Rev. David Booman

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Jupiter, Saturn, and the Secret of Joy (Fruit of the Spirit Sermon Series)

We’re all looking for joy – a state of happiness, delight, or pleasure that our broken world cannot touch or tarnish. Over the centuries, many have looked to the stars to find the secret to joy. This Sunday, we will look to God’s Word and will discover, surprisingly, that the stargazers may not have been…

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The Return of the Ransomed

Have you ever felt like you were walking through a dry and barren desert, a wilderness, a wasteland? Have you ever felt weak and anxious and sensed that you’ve somehow wandered off the path and can’t find your way back? In Isaiah 35 the prophet looks to a day of restoration and healing, when the…

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We are Victorious

8:00 am, 10:30 am, & 6:00 pm Sermon We Are Victorious CTCT-20160923_052906_1 How do we stand in the evil day? How do we find peace in a tumultuous world? In Ephesians 6, the apostle Paul gives us the answer. It is by right wearing and right wielding of the armor of God that we can…

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Setting Fire To The Earth

‘I came to cast fire on the earth.’ Yikes! What does Jesus mean by this? It sounds like he has more in mind for this fire than just birthday candles or roasting marshmallows. For he then continues ‘Do you think I have come to give peace on earth? No I tell you, but rather division.’…

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Sing a New Song

Sermon on Sunday Sing a New Song! ‘Sing a new song,’ Psalm 96 tells us. What? Really? What about about our favorite ‘golden oldies?’ Yet there it is, ‘Sing a new song.’ This morning we are going to look at this ‘new song’ to discern what it is, why it should be sung, and even…

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Resurrected Relationship

Sermon on Sunday Resurrected Relationship Last Sunday was a wonderful, glorious Easter celebration of Jesus’ victory. But what difference does that victory make in the rest of our lives? What difference does it make in the messy, mucky, ugliness of broken relationships and bitter judgments? What difference does the resurrection make beyond the ‘sound of…

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Resurrected Relationship

Sermon on Sunday Resurrected Relationship Last Sunday was a wonderful, glorious Easter celebration of Jesus’ victory. But what difference does that victory make in the rest of our lives? What difference does it make in the messy, mucky, ugliness of broken relationships and bitter judgments? What difference does the resurrection make beyond the ‘sound of…

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