Monthly Archives: October 2012

“I Once Was Blind” sermon from Sunday

  Message Manuscript of “I Once Was Blind”    Mark 10:46-52 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, October 28, 2012   Have you ever had one of those once in a lifetime experiences where you meet someone who changes your life forever?  I have.  I remember meeting the Lone Ranger at the Texas State Fair […]

“When We Don’t Understand God”

“When We Don’t Understand God”  Job 38:1-7,31-40 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, October 21, 2012 This is that time of year when Rudy makes for one of those great movies football players of all ages can watch to get them fired up about overcoming their underdog status and overcome the odds to achieve […]

Lincoln Assassination Witness on Video

What is below obviously has nothing to do with this week’s lectionary, but I ran across today on Twitter (@jimwells Rt’d @PSchrags),  and found it too fascinating not to share.  This is a short diversion from working on a sermon for Sunday.  Watch this video The Atlantic has posted of 1956 interview on video of […]

When It’s OK to be Childish

“When It’s Ok to Be Childish”  Mark 10:13-16 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, October 7, 2012 Audio of the sermon is here: Videos like this one are all the rage these days, with adults talking with children’s voices.  Why the popularity?  What is the rationale advertising companies have for making adults sound like […]

Jack’s MLFG Intro

Good shot, Jack.          

Planning for Advent Yet?

Mark Wingfield’s article is a good heads up for the procrastinators among us. Are you ready for Advent? | Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Blog.

“What to Bear” sermon from yesterday

“3B’s: Bearing” Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, September 30, 2012 A little boy was asked by his aunt to be the ring-bearer in her wedding. His mother knew that he wouldn’t make it through the late rehearsal the night before, but she made sure he was present and ready to go in plenty […]