“They Are God’s Servants”–A Sermon For July 4th

On Sunday, July 3, 2011, I preached and celebrated Holy Eucharist at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Lewis Center, OH (just north of Columbus). Because of the date (the day before the Fourth of July), I preached a sermon which addressed the relationship of American Christians to their national government. I titled the sermon “They Are God’s Servants,” and drew upon Romans 13:1-7 as the main text.

The sermon was recorded as an audio file, and I am making it available, at least for a time, by way of this blog post. To listen to the sermon now, or to download it as an mp3 file, click here. It runs just under 20 minutes in length.

The sermon is also archived on the “Audio” page of this blog, which you may access by clicking on the tab at the top of any page. Audio presentations are catalogued in reverse chronological order.

A Sermon For Trinity Sunday

This past Sunday, May 26, 2013, I had the privilege of preaching in the morning worship service at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Erie, PA. It was Trinity Sunday, and my sermon addressed that uniquely Christian truth which declares that our God exists in threechapel persons–Father, Son, and Holy Spirit–and yet we assert that we believe in only one God.

The sermon was recorded as an audio file, and I am making it available through this blog for anyone who would like to hear it. It is called “Experiencing the Truth of the Trinity,” and it runs just over 23 minutes in length.

To listen to the sermon now, click here.

The sermon is archived, as an mp3 file, on the “Audio” page of this blog, which you may access by clicking on the tab above.