A sermon by Baron Mullis to Morningside Church, Atlanta: “… I love standing up here and telling our visitors that when we say welcome, we mean it. And what I want you to know, and to be able to share is this: we don’t say it in spite of scripture, we say it because of Scripture!…”
A sermon preached by Jon M. Walton to the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York, May 6, 2012.
From a Pentecost sermon by Mark Achtemeier: “In times such as these, we need the witness of the church to show our country that it is possible to reach our hands across these deep divides of race and ideology and religion, that a peaceful and united human community is possible, that even deep- seated differences can be overcome by the power of self-giving love.”
Covenant Network’s Co-Moderator and Pastor of House of Hope in St. Paul, MN, David Van Dyde, shares a message about Pentecost.
“Our healing is wrapped up in one another. Apparently, that’s the way God designed it.” The Rev. Katie Morrison talks about the hard work of circling back, in her sermon preached at the 2010 Covenant Conference in Houston.
Ted Smith, preaching for the 2009 Conference Acts 1:1-11 One of the deepest themes I have heard over these last few days is the need for a faith that can tell the truth about the presence of God in the church without slipping into triumphalism, a faith that can tell the truth about the violence […]