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1. “The Courage to Change.” Sermon I preached at the Gathering for Worship in the Liturgical Tradition in Plain City, OH, on Saturday, April 18. It is 15 minutes long. The sermon references two of the lectionary readings for the third Sunday in Eastertide, Acts 3:12-19 and Luke 24:36-48. Click on the references to read each passage in a separate window. For more information about “the gathering,” click on the tab for “A Gathering for Worship in the Liturgical Tradition” on the bar under the picture above.

2. “Just Show Us Jesus.” This is the sermon I preached at the Gathering for Worship in the Liturgical Tradition in Plain City, OH, on Saturday, March 21, 2015. It is just under 18 minutes long. To listen now, click the button below. The recording level was a bit low, so you might need to turn your volume a bit higher than normal. The Gospel reading for this service, to which I refer in the sermon, was John 12:20-33. Click on the reference to read the passage in a separate window. For more information about “the gathering,” click on the tab for “A Gathering for Worship in the Liturgical Tradition” on the bar just under the picture above.

3. “They Are God’s Servants.” This is a sermon I preached at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Lewis Center, OH, on Sunday, July 3, 2011. It addresses the relationship of American Christians to their government, and it is just under 20 minutes long. To listen now, click on the button below.

4.  “Being Real.” This is a chapel address delivered at Rosedale Bible College on February 26, 2007. It serves as the basis for three blog posts which can be read by clicking here, here, and here. The sermon is 27 minutes long. To listen now, click the button below.

5. “My Personal Journey.”  This is another RBC chapel address. Delivered on January 24, 2007, it is a 21-minute condensation of the content of my spiritual pilgrimage. To listen to the chapel talk now, click the button below.

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