• David Moore

    Contributing sermons since Jul 21, 2004
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Presbyterian Church of Islip
Islip, New York 11730
631 581 9323

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  • Lessons Learned

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2004
    based on 44 ratings

    The hardest lesson I have ever had to learn was that I am not in control of my life. And it is a lesson I have to learn over and over, it seems like each day I have to learn again that my life is not my own, but rather, I am a servant of the Master. God w

    I have had to learn a number of lessons in my lifetime. Some have been good lessons about humanity and myself, and some have been surprisingly hard lessons to learn about others, and about myself. Some lessons you only have to learn once, like to take a rain poncho when you are backpacking, more

  • Training Your Mind

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2004
    based on 15 ratings

    All of this got me thinking about training, and how we train ourselves as Christians. We too are running a marathon, the marathon of life. And there is training that can make run the race easier, make us more effective as Christians, more usable by God to

    I have been watching Lance Armstrong ride in the Tour de France over the past couple weeks. The Tour de France is a bicycle riding event that lasts 3 weeks and thousands of miles. It is an amazing race, perhaps the equivalent is an event where a group of runners runs a marathon every day for 3 more

  • Perfection

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2004
    based on 4 ratings

    In so much of life we are searching for perfection.

    Growing up in California, I used to hear about all the surfing that was going on. In surfing there always seems to be this search for the elusive perfect wave. The perfect wave has the right amount of curl, a perfect tube, just at the right height for the surfer. The wave isn’t too fast so that you more

  • Jesus Is Waiting

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2004
    based on 24 ratings

    What really matters in life.

    I have done 3 funerals in the last month. I’m getting tired of doing them, so all of you knock it off. I don’t want to do any more funerals for a while. Two of the funerals I did I didn’t know the people personally, so their families had to give me something to talk about at the funeral. It is a more

  • Making Faith Your Own

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2004
    based on 5 ratings

    making faith your own

    First off, happy Father’s Day. Be nice to your Father’s today. I’m told that flashing electric ties are nice presents, at least that’s what my dad told me the first time I got him one, so that’s been his gift ever since. Just a handy last minute gift idea from your caring pastor. Have you ever had more