Yesterday’s message …
The school was Highland Park High School and our nickname was the Scots.
Some preachers use words. Other preachers smith them. One of my growing edges in ministry over the last decade or so has been to abandon the former and embrace the latter.
Art rock. Psychadelic rock. Prog rock. Whatever you want to call it the Moody Blues were at the forefront of it.
On Wednesday night our Children’s Ministry Team hosted a drive through Hamburger Project.
As thrilling as it is to ensure that at least a moment in every sermon points to Christ and him crucified, it is even moreso when sermons issue an urgent yet loving appeal to surrender to his Lordship. Doing this well involves doing it with variety. It includes recognizing that people come in with very different understanding of their own needs.
You’ve heard of the five stages of grief? Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance?