Sermons

This past week I received a call from my Optomitrist.  My appointment was cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date!  Then the receptionist used the words: due to the Covid-19 outbreak you are in the demographic that is most vulnerable. Most VULNERABLE, I have to admit I never thought of myself as most vulnerable.  But it has been shown that we all vulnerable.  This virus outbreak has placed an uncertainty, a fear to spring up into our every day living!  While shopping in Superstore yesterday, a woman almost went into panic mode because she slipped into my physical distancing...

This past week I received a call from my Optomitrist.  My appointment was cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date!  Then the receptionist used the words: due to the Covid-19 outbreak you are in the demographic that is most vulnerable. Most VULNERABLE, I have to admit I never thought of myself as most vulnerable.  But it has been shown that we all vulnerable.  This virus outbreak has placed an uncertainty, a fear to spring up into our every day living!  While shopping in Superstore yesterday, a woman almost went into panic mode because she slipped into my physical distancing...

The Church has left the building! A sign posted on the door of my office for many years: The Church has left the Building! It may have had a slightly different meaning then than it does now. Then, I wanted to remind myself that the church was more than just brick and mortar but a need for the people of God to go out into the byways and highways to express the love of Christ to the world around us. But the world around us has changed these past few weeks. The church can no longer stay within the brick mortar, it has been mandated...