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09-07-14 “Healing in the Hospital for Sinners” The Rev. David Booman

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09-07-14 8am Pentecost 13 Bulletin

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08-31-14 “Resting (?) From Work…or Working From Rest?” The Rev. Edward T. McNabb, Jr.

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08-31-14 8am Pentecost 12 Bulletin

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08-24-14 “Thermostat or Thermometer?” The Rev. Alfred T. K. Zadig, Jr.

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08-24-14 8am Pentecost 11 Bulletin

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08-17-2014 “Medicine Manages, Jesus Cures” The Rev. Alfred T. K. Zadig, Jr.

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08-17-14 8am Pentecost 10 Bulletin

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08-10-14 10:30 am “You Can Get Out of the Boat” The Rev. Dan Rogers

Jesus came to save souls!  You can be sure of that!  But this doesn’t mean that his followers should sit around fat and happy, comfortable and safe.  No, a life lived properly with Jesus should be a bit risky.  Risky behavior can be dangerous!  It can also be fun, exhilarating, and exciting.   In this week’s gospel reading, we see Peter took a risk.  He got out of the boat, and because of who Jesus is and all that He has done, you can confidently take risk and “get out of the boat!”

Who is the Rev. Dan Rogers?

Pastor Dan, originally Spartanburg, SC, has been in full-time ministry for over 20 years.  A former University of Georgia football player, Pastor Dan and his wife Michelle, finished college and joined the staff of “Athletes in Action.” In 2008, after completing a Masters of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary, Pastor Dan received a call to become the lead pastor and church planter of Christ the King Dorchester, a multi-cultural church in Boston’s inner city. Pastor Dan, Michelle, and their five children love the city of Boston and feel so privileged to serve Jesus’ church there.

08-10-14 8am Pentecost 9 Baptism Bulletin

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08-03-14 AM “Road Signs to the Feast” Seminarian John Sosnowski

Isaiah 55:1-5, Psalm 17, Matthew 14:13-21

The feeding of the 5000 is the only miracle of Jesus recounted in all 4 Gospels. Might this be simply a unique coincidence? I doubt it. If then it is by Divine design,  what would our Lord have us recognize in its significance? How is God revealing Himself and his purposes, in the feeding of so many, from so little, so very long ago? If we recognize the signs placed in our path, we may ind ourselves face to face with our Creator, lost in Awe, and Wonder and Praise.

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08-03-14 8am Pentecost 8 Bulletin

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07-27-14 PM “To Know Unshakeable Love of God” Luke Rasmussen

Romans 8:26-39

Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52

God loves you. This phrase has been used to comfort and encourage many people for many ages. The more one knows the unshakeable love God has for them the more one will grasp the meaning and purpose of life. Paul in his letter to the Roman Christians reminds them that their greatest comfort is found in God’s love for them. Because nothing can separate Christians from the love of God in Christ they can rejoice and have hope that all things will work out for their good and God’s ultimate glory.

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07-27-14 AM “Growing Old Gracefully” The Rev. Edward T. McNabb, Jr.

And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose. (Romans 8:28 )

In my twenties as I started in a new way to walk with the Holy Spirit into my adult life as a Christian I began to realize that some of the “youngest” people I knew were in fact some of the oldest.  I learned to see it in their eyes.  Even as nature continues to whittle us down over the years, even as a life of physical vitality diminishes, in the Body of Christ some of the people I meet seem to project a persona gaining steam not losing it.

At one point Jesus spoke to his disciples as said “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly. (John 10:10 )  How does that work when your body quits growing up and starts breaking down, when tennis is no longer an option because your knees are shot, when you’ve endured and accumulated multiple losses of hopes and dreams and loves?

And why should a young person want to hear this sermon?  I’ll tell you why.  Because what I am calling Kingdom Life accumulates its own treasure.  And it’s made of the stuff that can’t be stolen or destroyed.  It’s death proof.  It’s life that is Life.  It’s life that doesn’t diminish, only grows….and grows.  Banking on a Grace full life: that’s what I’ll be talking about.

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07-27-14 8am Pentecost 7 Bulletin

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07-20-14 “The Agony and the Ecstasy” The Rev. David Booman

In our Romans passage from what has been called the greatest chapter in the Bible, Paul takes us on an exhilarating spiritual gallop. From death to life, from execution to resurrection, from the ecstasy of love to the agony of childbirth, Paul uses a rich palette of evocative images to show us what it really means to follow Jesus. On this day, buckle up, set aside any preconceptions, and follow Paul where you’ve never been before.

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07-20-14 8am Pentecost 6 Bulletin

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07-13-14 “A High Yield Seed Grounded in the Gospel” Seminarian John Sosnowski

Jesus said, “Other seeds fell on good soil and produced grain, some 100 fold, some 60, some 30. He who has ears let him hear. “ (Matthew 13:8-9).

The image of seed is prevalent throughout the Old Testament, and is often used to symbolize the people of God. Jesus uses this image as he explains to his disciples the meaning of the “Parable of the Sower”. Here Jesus says there is only one type of good “seed/soil” combination where the hearing and understanding of God’s word yields such a supernatural increase. If we are the people of God, Dear St. Michaels , what is it that might enable us to be more that type of Seed and Soil?

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07-13-14 8am Pentecost 5 Bulletin

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