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We often hear the comment in the church that you have to walk the talk. I certainly support that,...
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The word and practice of witness are often misused in the church. This Sunday I will try to offer a more biblical and authentically challenging account. I will be working from the report in Acts where Stephen is martyred. We get clues from Stephen about a desperately important expression of the Christian life. See Acts 7:51-8:1. Please join us.
It is my conviction that God calls all of us to a special vocation. It is a calling that brings forth our talents and our gifts, and forges them through the training and discipline that enable us to fulfill the aims of God for our lives. We are called to be the church; our calling is corporate. This calling is the reason we are born into the world. To...
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With good Friday, Holy week, and Easter coming very soon, we enter the holiest time of the Christian year. It is that time when we turn our attention to the central events of what God has done in Christ.
As we have gone through this Lenten season I have attempted to address the issue of sacrifice. Some of you may remember when I suggested that the meaning of sacrifice comes from two Latin words which together mean: to make sacred.
In the sermon, getting the story right, I attempted to demonstrate the importance...
The staff and leadership are truly encouraged that the Rev. Tex Sample has agreed to journey with us as our interim pastor for the next few months.
Get to know Tex...
Tex Sample is the Robert B. And Kathleen Rogers Professor Emeritus of Church and Society at The Saint Paul School of Theology where he taught for 32 years. He holds a B.A. degree from Millsaps College, an M.Div. from the Boston University School of Theology, a Ph.D. from the Boston University Graduate School. and a D.D. from Coe College. In 1999...
If you look closely at the biographies of Jesus in the bible you’ll notice that Jesus talks about or directly interact with issues of finances more than he directly speaks about several traditional elements we associate with Christian thought. He speaks about money more than eternal destiny, more than the church, more than several aspects of morality. Jesus knew something about the people he interacted with in the first century—they thought about money…a lot. The same is obviously true for us today. We think...
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