Contributors
  • Michael Nesmith

    Contributing sermons since Mar 29, 2005
Michael's church

Holy Trinity Old Catholic Church
Monticello Arkansas , 71655
870-367-3208

About Michael
  • Education: ASM BSBA STM D Div
  • Family: Kathy - loving wife since 1972 Three children.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Old Catholic Church, Third Edition by Bishop Karl Pruter The Orthodox Way by Bishop, Kallistos Ware (Crestwood, NY., St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2002) The Truth: What Every Roman Catholic Should Know About the Orthodox Church (Faith Catechism) by Clark Carlton (Paperback - Dec 2001) The Way: What Every Protestant Should Know About the Orthodox Church (Faith Catechism) by Clark Carlton (Paperback - Jul 1997) The Faith: Understanding Orthodox Christianity : An Orthodox Catechism (Faith Catechism) by Clark Carlton (Paperback - Jul 1997) Orthodox Dogmatic Theology A Concise Exposition 2nd Edition, by Fr. Michael Pomazansky, (Jordanville, NY., Holy Trinity Monastery, 1997) The First Seven Ecumenical Councils – Their History and Theology, by Leo Donald Davis, (Collegeville, MN., The Liturgical Press, 1990)
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Newest Sermons

  • Are You Ready For Christmas

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2007
    based on 12 ratings
     | 9,200 views

    A reflection and response to the age old question of, Are you ready for Christmas?

    Over the past few days as I encounter people I am often asked a question that is commonly asked this time of the year which is, “Are you ready for Christmas?” Every Christmas getting ready seems to be everyone’s main focus. And the definition of our getting ready encompasses a broad spectrum of ...read more

  • Easter Ressurection – Why Beleive

    Contributed on Mar 29, 2005
    based on 18 ratings
     | 2,404 views

    What can motivate a modern, educated, scientific minded people like us believe in the ressurection?

    John 20: 1-18 Today we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Why do we believe in such an event? What can motivate a modern, educated, scientific minded people like us to first of all believe in an immortal and all powerful God, then believe that this God became a person yet remained and immortal ...read more