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Christmas Day Message: What’s Your Sign?, Luke 2:1-20

A sermon preached by Dr. Patrick H. Wrisley, December 25, 2022. In the name of the One who is, who was, and is yet to come, good morning and merry Christmas!  This is a day the Lord has made, beloved, what … Continue reading

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Advent #4: What Does Joseph’s Announcement Mean For You? Matthew 1:18-25

All the little open windows on our Advent calendars are beginning to show that there are not many days left before Christmas! We find ourselves on the last Sunday of Advent with all four candles on the wreath lit leaving … Continue reading

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The Juxtaposition Between Joy and Grumbling, Luke 19:1-10

A sermon delivered on October 30, 2022 by Patrick H. Wrisley             We pick up in the Story with Jesus just a day or two away from his  entering into Jerusalem on what we traditionally call Palm Sunday. At the … Continue reading

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But the other nine, where are they? Luke 17:11-19

A sermon delivered by Patrick H. Wrisley, D.Min on October 9, 2022. This morning we immediately pick up where we left off last week and we are going to learn about what it means to give God glory and praise. … Continue reading

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There are some things we simply must do for ourselves; Luke 17:5-10

A sermon delivered October 2, 2022, by Patrick H Wrisley, D.Min. This morning is world communion Sunday. It’s a day the catholic, i.e. universal church pauses to remember it does not operate in an isolated vacuum. Today Christians of all … Continue reading

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