Monthly Archives: December 2012

“How Will You Do 2013?” sermon from Sunday

“How Will You Do 2013?”  Colossians 3:12-17 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, December 30, 2012 Have you ever heard the phrase, “Keep a straight face”? Or, how about, “Getting hitched”? The English language is full of phrases that we use and hear all the time, even though we may not necessarily know what […]

Finding Joy in Darkness sermon from Sunday

“Joy: Power of Proximity”   Philippians 1:1-13 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, December 16, 2012    Third Sunday of Advent   Seventy-Five years.  That’s how long Clarence and Mary Joyce have been married.  In this day and time, it is hard to imagine any couple staying together even half that time  The Joyce’s say […]

Finding Peace in the Dawn sermon from Sunday

“How Many Feet are in a Peace”   Luke 1:68-79 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, December 9, 2012, Second Sunday of Advent   Zechariah was like most any other man–going numb with silence after hearing that he will be a father.  Most men, however, regain their composure soon thereafter and are able to put […]

“Hope from a Fig Tree” sermon from Sunday

“Hope from a Fig Tree”  Luke 21:25-36 Delivered to Church for the Highlands The First Sunday of Advent, Sunday, December 2, 2012 I drove to and from Lake Providence for a meeting yesterday.  The last time I was there was August, with our youth, as they passed out book bags to children before the school […]