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  • If Only I Knew

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 31 Jul, 2016

    This message reflects on how if we'd only known better we might have made less mistakes. But, we can only know what we know. And so, the Lord encourages us to seek knowledge so that we might be better able to do His will in leading a loving, moral and useful life. | By Garry Walsh, Phoenix, AZ

  • The Greatest are Those Who are Genuinely Humble

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 17 Jul, 2016

    The focus is on the story of the Lord placing a child before His disciples and saying that to receive the child in His name is to receive Him. In other words, the Lord was encouraging the disciples, and indeed all people, to put away self-centeredness, and to grow to become truly humble. This was the way to become joined to Him and His kingdom. | By Garry Walsh, Phoenix, AZ

  • To Humbly Take Up Our Cross

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 10 Jul, 2016

    This message looks at the personal meaning of the Lord's words when He said, "Deny yourself, take up your cross and follow Me." The focus here is on each of our fights against our native impulses and the taking on of heavenly things from the Lord. | By Garry Walsh, Phoenix, AZ

  • Heroes - Stand for the Truth

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 3 Jul, 2016

    Jeremiah stood for the truth even when he didn't want it to be true and when everyone else didn't want to here it. It takes courage to stand for the truth, but we also have to do it with love. | By Derrick Lumsden, Sarver, PA

  • Living in Community

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 3 Jul, 2016

    Everyone looks for a community of like-minded people, and mourns at the loss of those people when the communities dissolve. We'll look at some teachings about community, it's value, and consider what we can do to deepen the connection with others in the various communities in our lives. | By Erik Buss, Westville, RSA

  • Welcome to the Holy City New Jerusalem

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 26 Jun, 2016

    This message looks at the vision given to John of the Holy City New Jerusalem descending from God out of heaven. We think about this city in terms of it being the Lord's promise to us if we go on a journey with Him. That promise is of a life enveloped by love together with the wisdom of knowing how to serve Him and others. | By Garry Walsh, Phoenix, AZ

  • Heroes - The Courage to Care

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 26 Jun, 2016

    The courage to choose the success and happiness of others over our own is an act of spiritual heroism. Do that, we must face down the desires inside of us, reject them, and choose to act on behalf of love and justice. | By Derrick Lumsden, Sarver, PA

  • What Can I Do?

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 26 Jun, 2016

    "Charity itself is acting justly and faithfully in the office, business, and employment in which a man is engaged, and with those with whom he has any dealings." (TCR Chapter 8). Closing prayer by Rev EH Carswell. | By Thane P. Glenn, Bryn Athyn Cathedral

  • Heroes - Everyday Heroes

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 19 Jun, 2016

    The Lord calls us to the most important uses of marriage, parenting, and service to others. These are his most important goals and give us the deepest happiness. We are called to a heroism of everyday greatness and deep everyday spirituality. | By Derrick Lumsden, Sarver, PA

  • As We Also Forgive Our Debtors

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 5 Jun, 2016

    Have you ever wondered why people in the New Church say the Lord's prayer a bit differently from a lot of other churches? One of the differences is that we say, "and forgive us our debts as we also forgive our debtors." Do you know what that means? How are debts different from trespasses? This sermon puts them in context. | By Malcolm G. Smith, Westville, RSA