Sermon Series
  • 1. The 10:30 Mill Whistle

    Contributed on Mar 24, 2001
    based on 139 ratings

    This is a sermon in the narrative style, built around the story of a mill whistle that would blow at an unusual time of day. This sermon was the first in a series about the Lord’s Prayer.

    The 10:30 Mill Whistle Matthew 6:9-13 Exodus 20:7 The Rev. Dr. W. Maynard Pittendreigh Sunrise Presbyterian Church Miami FL I grew up in a small Southern mill town named Ware Shoals, SC. The term mill-town doesn’t mean that you have a mill and a town; but rather that you have more

  • 2. The 10:30 Whistle

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    If prayer is meaningless, then we are taking the name of the Lord in vain everytime we say, "Our Father, who art in heaven." Thus the first petition of the Lord’s Prayer is a request that we keep his name holy.

    I have been told by a socologist that Ware Shoals, SC, has the distinction of being one of the last true old fashioned mill towns in the South. The term mill-town, as used by this sociologist, doesn’t mean that you have a mill and a town; but rather that you have a mill and a town more

  • 3. Thy Will Be Done

    Contributed on Jul 10, 2005
    based on 32 ratings

    Do you live a God centered, or self centered life?

    I’ve heard lots of graduation speeches in my time. Some have been good. Most, I’m afraid, were a bit boring. I remember one, however, was disturbing. The speaker was the valedictorian. He stood up to the podium and he thanked his father. Which sounded good -- at first. “My father more

  • 4. Daily Bread

    Contributed on Jul 10, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    Part of a series on the Lord’s Prayer. "Give us today, our daily bread."

    We have been studying the Lord’s Prayer and you may have noticed this prayer is like an archaeological dig. On the surface, it seems simple. Dig a little bit, and you find some new things. Dig deeper, and you discover even more The phrase we look at this morning is "Give us this day more