Monthly Archives: February 2013

“God’s Will . . . Our Desire” by Maegan Daigle

“God’s Will . . . Our Desire”   Luke: 13:31-35 by Maegan Daigle, Associate Director of the Christian Leadership Center of Centenary College as a part of Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s Martha Stearns Marshall, Women in Preaching emphasis At that very hour some Pharisees came and said to him, “Get away from here, for Herod wants to […]

“What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You . . . “

“What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You . . .”    Luke 4:1-13 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, February 17, 2013   It is all over the airwaves and the commercials.  It has come from the mouth of Marines, guys at the gym, physical therapists, and Kelly Clarkson.  It is the phrase, “What doesn’t […]

Is Lent Good for Your Heart?

Ash Wednesday Meditation Delivered to Church for the Highlands Wednesday, February 13, 2013 The news on Monday that the Pope was resigning came as an unsettling surprise to the world. It turns out that no one was around the last time this happened, 600 years ago. Popes since then have stayed until death. Pope Benedict […]

Jesus Up Close and Personal

“Jesus Up Close and Personal”  Luke 9:28-36 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, February 10, 2012    Transfiguration Sunday I have become hooked on yet another TV show.  This one, however, is not like my typical diet of reality shows, recent episodes of the Hoarders, or anything with Larry David.  The show I’m stuck […]

What Does God Want You to Be?

“Following Your Calling” Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, February 3, 2013 What do you want to be when you grow up?  That’s a question my friends and I would explore together while sitting out on the curb after playing all of the “two-below” football we stand for one afternoon.  The answers ranged from […]