Monthly Archives: April 2015

“What I Heard in Line at the Post Office” sermon from Sunday

Message Manuscript of “What I Heard in Line at the Post Office    “ 1 John 3:16-24 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 26, 2015 Audio and iTunes Podcast of this sermon are here: I was standing in line at the post office on 70th Street the other day and […]

“The Witness of a Bonfire” sermon from Sunday

Manuscript of “The Witness of a Bonfire”    Luke 24:36b-48 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, April 19, 2015 I remember the moment very well.  I was walking in downtown Nacogdoches, TX and passed by a building
I had not noticed before.  It had a sign out front with the name that indicated it was some type […]

“More Like Thomas” sermon from Sunday

“More Like Thomas”  John 20:19-31 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Second Sunday of Easter, April 12, 2015      When you hear or think about the disciples of Jesus, which one tends to come to mind the most?  I think the top answer for most of us would be Peter, especially during this time […]

“Ever Been Rerouted?” from Easter Sunday

Message Manuscript for “Ever Been Rerouted?”  Mark 16:1-8 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015      Have you ever been rolling down the highway on your way somewhere only to be stopped by road work?  There you are making progress, maybe even ahead of schedule, until you see red brake […]

“Why Jesus’ Entrance Still Matters” Sermon from Palm Sunday

Message Manuscript for Palm Sunday, 2015   Mark 11:1-11   John Henson Delivered to Church for the Highlands Palm Sunday, March 29, 2015 Did you make it to the Peace March yesterday here in Highland?  It was planned by Community Renewal as a response to the recent shootings and violence that have taken place in […]