Category Archives: Children’s message

Children’s sermon

I am away from my congregation this Sunday. I know, I have been away a lot lately. Because it is a long weekend, the last of our summer here in the US, I am taking time to reconnect with my … Continue reading

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Children’s sermon – time

Been away from the children’s sermon for almost three months, and that is really a long time. Which is the topic of the message today – Time. The third chapter Ecclesiastes reveals that everything has a time that is right … Continue reading

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Senior Sunday

n my world the super serious Sunday’s just keep coming. There was Palm Sunday. Easter Sunday. Confirmation Sunday. And today is Senior Sunday. The day that the Seniors of the youth group lead worship and essentially say their goodbyes. It … Continue reading

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Down in the valley

Do you ever wonder why Jesus was always telling folks not to talk about what he was up to? It happens frequently throughout the text, including the transfiguration text from Matthew. Jesus and some of the guys go up on … Continue reading

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Children’s message – Can do tithing

ithing. I could ask how do you teach children to tithe, but the bigger question, the much bigger question is how do you teach adults to tithe? I grew up in a church where Christian formation was a life long … Continue reading

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Children’s message – Can do missions

What does it mean to be in Mission? To be missional? A mission committee that I served with was actually asked that question for something as mundane as updating a website. What does it mean to be missional? And from … Continue reading

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Practicing Forgiveness

I am the oldest child, and I have one younger brother. As we were growing up together my chief joy was to torment my little brother. And by little, I do mean little. My brother was a very small boy … Continue reading

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