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  • Mark Ripper

    Contributing sermons since Oct 21, 2000
Mark 's church

St. John, Westminster
Westminster Maryland , 21157
410-848-4744

About Mark
  • Education: B.A. in Accouting Loyola College - Baltimore, Maryland M.B.A. - Mount St. Mary’s College - Emmittsburg, Maryland
  • Family: Married Wife’s name: Susan Marie One Child Son’s name: David Michael Eun
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  • Baptism

    Contributed on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 124 ratings
     | 2,070 views

    Living our Baptismal Call

    The total water supply of the world is 326 million cubic miles. Each cubic mile is equal to one trillion gallons. The adult human body is composed of approximately 55 to 60 percent water. There is not a plant or animal which can survive without water. In addition to being so important to sustain ...read more

  • God Is In Control

    Contributed on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 29 ratings
     | 1,800 views

    God always answers our prayers. God allows no evil to occur that some good will not come from.

    God is in Control – You and I need to believe and have complete faith in this fact. We need to make it an important part of our own personal understanding in order to get the greatest insight into the meaning of our lives and the world around us. In today’s Gospel we hear that the Pharisees and ...read more

  • Contrast/Baptismal Call

    Contributed on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 14 ratings
     | 1,043 views

    Compares the actions of the disciples during the passion of Christ with their actions after the Resurrection.

    Contrast – In today’s readings we see the contrast in the apostles faith in the Gospel of Mark and that of Peter and John in the Acts of the Apostles. In the Gospel Jesus is recounting their unbelief – The two woman return from the tomb and tell the apostles of Jesus Christ Resurrection, yet ...read more

  • Could We Be Convicted Of Being Christian

    Contributed on Oct 21, 2000
    based on 48 ratings
     | 1,892 views

    Could we be convicted of being a Christians by our daily words and actions.

    There are two passages I would ask you to consider from today’s Gospel. The first: “If anyone openly declares himself for me in the presence of human beings, the Son of Man will declare himself for him in the presence of God’s angels.” We can and do make definitive statements or declarations for ...read more