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  • Gratitude to the Lord

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 9 Jun, 2019

    The book of Revelation includes angels praising the Lord. Why were they grateful to the Lord? What helps us to be grateful and what gets in the way? | By Rev. Eric H. Carswell , Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • The Spiritual History of the Human Race, Part 1: The Earliest People

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 9 Jun, 2019

    On Sunday we’re starting a series on the spiritual history of the human race. This Sunday we’re looking at the earliest people. What does the Word teach us about what the earliest people were like? How were they different from us and how were they the same as us? And how can understanding what they went through all those thousands of years ago help us to understand ourselves better today? | By Rev. Malcolm G. Smith , Westville, RSA

  • Am I Enough?

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 2 Jun, 2019

    We are bombarded with messages that we need to do more, give more, be more. Whether these messages are overt and intended or subtle and implied, they push us to ask ourselves, "am I enough?" Am I enough for my children? Am I enough for my spouse? Am I enough for my work? Am I enough for my society? And above all, am I enough for the Lord? The bad news is that we are all lacking; the good news is even in our lack we are enough in the Lord's eyes. | By Rev. Joel C Glenn , Westville, RSA

  • Children and Parents

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 26 May, 2019

    If you have children, you probably spend a fair amount of time talking about parenting—how things are going for this child or that child, what you’re fighting with your children about (what they’re eating or not eating, screen time, homework, etc.), your worries about their future. But what is the goal? What is the role of a parent meant to be? And what about these children that we’re trying to parent—are they perfect, uncorrupted little angels, are they disrespectful brats that need to be brought into line? There are many opinions about all of these things in the world but what I want to talk about on Sunday is what the Lord says about all of this in His Word. What does He teach us about the nature of children and how does He define the role of a parent? Gaining clarity about this can really help us hold the hard work of parenting in a better way. | By Rev. Malcolm G. Smith , Westville, RSA

  • Other People's Children

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 19 May, 2019

    This Sunday we continue our series on children. When we think of children our minds immediately go to parents as well. But children are not just the concern of parents. Whether we like it or not, all of us have some responsibility for other people's children. As individuals, as a community, and as a church, how do we carry out this responsibility that we have not asked for and at times outright resent? All of us have a role to play in the lives of the young people who surround us. | By Rev. Joel C Glenn , Westville, RSA

  • The Twelve Disciples of the New Testament

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 19 May, 2019

    What the 12 disciples represent in our spiritual lives, including some of the parallels with the 12 sons of Israel. The subject for the children's talk is "The Miraculous Birth of Samuel." | By Rev. Michael D. Gladish , Mitchellville, MD

  • Let the little children come to Me...

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 12 May, 2019

    This Sunday we’re beginning a sermon series on children with the story in which Jesus says, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them….” The context of this statement is that people were trying to bring their children to the Lord but the disciples were telling them to go away. We might think, why would the disciples try to send the children away from the Lord? But there are actually plenty of times when we might be inclined to do the same exact thing. Let’s take a look. | By Rev. Malcolm G. Smith , Westville, RSA

  • The Twelve Sons of Israel

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 12 May, 2019

    The first in a series on the spiritual significance of the number twelve, this sermon about the 12 sons of Jacob examines what they repesent as we journey through our lives in this world. | By Rev. Michael D. Gladish , Mitchellville, MD

  • Changing Our Spiritual Landscape

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 5 May, 2019

    You can tell a lot about someone by the things and people they surround themselves with. On the one hand, this is because where we choose to put time and effort is a reflection of what we value. On the other hand, it is also because we are shaped by our environments: we become like what we are surrounded by. This statement is true spiritually. If we surround ourselves with heavenly influences, we will become heavenly. If we surround ourselves with hellish influences, we will become hellish. Where and how we spend our time is not just a matter of personal preference. It is a matter of choosing who we will become. | By Rev. Joel C Glenn , Westville, RSA

  • Easter Sunrise - He Rises Daily

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 21 Apr, 2019

    The Resurrection is the miracle of New Life which shows us the Lord, and which He performs in our hearts and minds. | By Rev. Derrick Lumsden , Sarver, PA