Contributing sermons since Jul 6, 2002
Contributed on Feb 16, 2003
Namann’s real problem wasn’t leprosy, was it?
Namaan was a powerful man. He was a leader – the chief commander of the army of Aram – a country that today we know as Syria. He was a military man - someone who was used to giving orders and having them followed – a person who expected things to be done his way and without any questions asked – ...read more
Contributed on Oct 19, 2002
A contemporary sermon in first person exploring the character of Moses as he hungers for the presence of God.
(This sermon is preached standing in the chancel, with the preacher’s back to the congregation during all but the closing of the message. It is an animated dialogue - almost a monologue - between the preacher [representing Moses] and God. A second person, by way of wireless mic and in an ...read more
Contributed on Jul 6, 2002
Tough, arrogant and persistent, sin (like nutgrass) will (in Malachi’s words) be burnt to stubble to make way for the Kingdom. Don’t be childish -- our faith is not a game. The prophets have warned us -- and now, someone greater than a prophet is here.
Nutgrass of the Soul Matthew 11:2-30 Rev. Cynthia T. Hinson – St. Paul United Methodist Church – Conroe, TX – July 7, 2002 The very last book of the Old Testament is Malachi, and the last verses of the last chapter of that book read thus: 1 "For behold, the day comes, burning like an oven, ...read more