• Kathy Findley

    Contributing sermons since Oct 25, 2003
kathy's church

The Center for Healing and Hope
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

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  • Only The Star Remains

    Contributed on Oct 25, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    When Christmas is past - the joy and the glory of it - what do we have left? This sermon tells us what remains after the strains of "Silent Night, Holy Night" have ceased.

    Only The Star Remains; Isaiah 63:7-9; Matthew 2: 1-18 The miraculous, glorious birth is over. The shepherds have probably left the birth-place to return to their keeping watch over their flocks. The friendly beasts that attended this birth, feeling the stir of excitement that animals feel more

  • Speak To Us Of Love

    Contributed on Oct 25, 2003
    based on 14 ratings

    This sermon speaks of the love that came to us through Christ’s birth.

    Advent IV – Love Luke 2: 25-38 “Hush-a-bye, lullaby. Hush your weeping, little baby,” the mother sang. And in her tear-filled eyes one would see the love Mary felt for her baby son, this Child of Love. Through this Holy Child, God transcended all time and space, planned a way to come and more

  • Joy In The Shadowlands

    Contributed on Oct 25, 2003
    based on 40 ratings

    The premise of this sermon is that even in the midst of life’s sorrow, there is a depth of joy that abides within us.

    Advent III – Joy Luke 2:26-55 In the wonderfully reflective book entitled, The Prophet, one can contemplate these words: The woman questioned the one she called Prophet of God, saying: “Speak to us now of Joy and Sorrow”. And he answered: The same well from which you laughter rises was more

  • Roots Alive!

    Contributed on Oct 25, 2003
    based on 74 ratings

    The premise of this sermon is that sometimes there is much more disappointment in our hearts than hope! Advent’s message through the Prophet Isaiah is that hope is hidden deep within us, safe and secure, and is ready to burst forth in renewed life.

    Advent II- Hope It was just this word of hope the people desperately needed to hear--the words that Isaiah wrote about the dry-looking stump with a green shoot growing out of it. The Israelites felt hopeless, in despair. The words Isaiah wrote told of that despairing and proclaimed that the more

  • The Way Of Peace

    Contributed on Oct 25, 2003
    based on 76 ratings

    The sermon speaks of shattering the darkness that sometimes covers our lives, darkness cause by fear, anxiety, disappintment, suffering, sin . . . The hope of Advent’s peace begins at the point we are able to own our darkness and know it intimately, w

    Advent I - Peace Isaiah 2:1-5 The season of Advent comes upon us year after year, and most every year we sing and pray and read about darkness and the dawning of light. You know the texts: "The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light. Those who dwell in the land of the more

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