Sermon for 09/19/2021 – “Who Do You Say Jesus Is?”

Mark 8:27-38 Just want to remind you that you have the opportunity today to contribute to our conversation today by responding to today’s question that was posed earlier. That question again is, “Who do you say Jesus is, and what does that mean to you?” Send your responses to us on our text line at

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Sermon for 02/07/2021 – “She Began to Serve”

Mark 1:29-39 In the series “Follow Me” By Pastor Cathy Davis Have you ever watched a child as they poured water into a container?  As they are pouring the water, they are absolutely mesmerized by the water, so much so that they do not even notice that it is  overflowing, or maybe they are so

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Sermon for 01/31/2021 – “What Have You to Do with Us?”

Mark 1:21-28 In the series “Follow Me!” In the first part of chapter 1 in Mark’s gospel, we heard the “beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ.” The story moved very quickly through the ministry of John the Baptist and the baptism of Jesus. Soon after the baptism, John the Baptist was arrested, and

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Sermon for 02/23/2020 – “Time to Hit Pause”

Mark 1:12-13, Romans 12:9-21 By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter How many of you have enjoyed the sunshine this week? Me, too. I did not realize how much I had missed it until we had it for about two days in a row. I’ve been feeling overcast kind of like the skies had been for way

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Sermon for 01/26/2020 – “You Can Change Your World”

Matthew 5:13-20 In the series “Upside Down: A Different Way of Living” A Chinese Christian told a missionary once, “I have learned to quote the entire Sermon on the Mount by memory.” And then he did it perfectly. The missionary said, “That’s wonderful. How did you do it?”  The Christian told him, “I spent the

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Sermon for 09/29/2019 – “Claim Your Vocation”

LUKE 5: 1-11 In the series “More to Life” By Cathy Davis, Minister of Pastoral Care Claim your vocation.  That’s the title of this sermon, but what does vocation mean?  It means to have a job, right? It means to go to work, get the paycheck, and pay the bills, right? Well, according to the

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Sermon for 09/22/2019 – “Creating Right Relationship”

In the Series “More to Life” By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter, Associate Pastor for Adult Discipleship Ephesians 4:11-16 To begin this morning, I would like each of you to take a moment and turn to someone sitting near you and share something good that has happened in your life recently. Please make sure that each

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Sermon for 11/11/2018 – “Committed to Christ: Service”

Committed to Christ: Service 1 Corinthians 12:12-20 At 11:00 a.m., “there came a second of expectant silence, then a curious rippling sound, which observers far behind the front likened to the noise of a light wind. It was the sound of men cheering from the Vosges (mountains) to the sea.”  It was the beginning of

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Sermon for 10/07/2018 – “Committed to Christ”

Committed to Christ Pt. 1 in a 7-week series Mark 8:34-38 & Colossians 3:1-4, 12-17 Bobby Pearce jumped out to a 30-second lead in the rowing 2000-meter quarterfinal of the 1928 Olympics against his rival, Vincent Saurin, when at the halfway point of the race he heard the crowd frantically screaming.  They were pointing at

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Sermon for 05/27/2018 (Graduation Sunday) – “Because We Are Young”

On Sunday, May 27, St. Andrew’s was led in worship by eight of our graduating high school seniors.  Two of them delivered this message. Because We Are Young 1 Timothy 4:6-12 Graduation Sunday sermon Delivered by Mr. Josh Goble and Mr. Grant Vermilya Good morning! (pause for response) You might remember last year that Andrew

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