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Meeting Us Where We Are, John 21:15-19

A message preached by Dr. Patrick H. Wrisley, May 1, 2022 If we peer down from 40K feet, we can see how John’s gospel begins and ends very neatly and includes both a prologue and an epilogue. The prologue, which … Continue reading

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Easter Eyes, Luke 24:1-12

A sermon preached by the Rev. Dr. Patrick H. Wrisley, Easter 2022 Luke 24:1-12: 24.1But on the first day of the week, at early dawn, they came to the tomb, taking the spices that they had prepared. 2They found the … Continue reading

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He Came Down and Then He Looked Up, Luke 6:17-26

A sermon preached by Patrick H. Wrisley, D.Min., on February 13, 2022 If you would rather listen to the service and sermon, please click here. Growing up in north Georgia gave me ample opportunity to go ambling through the woods … Continue reading

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A Disciple’s Job Description and What to Do With It, Luke 5.1-11

A sermon delivered February 6, 2022, by Patrick H. Wrisley, D.Min. (If you wish to watch and listen to the sermon, please click here.) Our reading this morning is from Luke’s gospel, and we pick up early in the Story. … Continue reading

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Strive for the Greater Gifts and I Will Show You a More Excellent Way!, 1 Corinthians,12:31-13:13

 A sermon delivered January 30, 2022 by Patrick H. Wrisley, D.Min. Paul has a problem with the Corinthian Church. If the Corinthian Church was Presbyterian, it would probably have an Administrative Commission come in and take control of it because … Continue reading

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