A sermon based on 1 Samuel 17:32-49 & Mark 4:35-41 Today we find ourselves with two of the most famous stories in the Bible. Ones we have heard over and over again. The Old Testament gives us David and Goliath, that epic tale of the shepherd boy who took on the mighty giant. It’s a story […]
I’m working on a sermon for Sunday. A couple of things have been swirling around my brain for a while. The first is Shane Claiborne’s ‘Jesus for President’ stuff where he talks about the revolutionary kingdom. The subversion of the Gospel of the Caesars and Mark’s mocking of Caesar in the way he depicts the […]
Last week’s sermon focused on John 15: 9-17 and used some material from the excellent OneKirk worship material and from the equally excellent Lawrence Moore’s blog, Disclosing New Worlds. As always, youth thoughts and comments are wel,comed.
This is a sermon preached on Sunday 8 March on Mark 8: 31-38 (Lent 2B). As always, I’d be glad to hear your thoughts.
This is the sermon I preached this morning at Barrhead United Reformed Church on Mark 9: 2-9, The transfiguration of Jesus.
1 Samuel 3:1-10 is one of my favourite passages in the Bible. I love the story of Eli and Samuel and all its imagery and drama. Let me know what you think of the sermon. Thoughts, comment and criticism (constructive preferred) all welcome.
I was leading worship at St Andrew’s in Blantyre this morning while their minister Peter is off at a conference. It was great to be there again, although we had a bit of a hymn tune issue which I thought was kinda funny. It always amuses me when people don’t know a tune how quiet […]