Monthly Archives: April 2016

“A Good Shepherd for Ewe”sermon from Sunday

Good Shepherd Sunday  John 10:22-30 Delivered to Church for the Highlands     John Henson Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 16, 2016 Things mothers say that always need to be said: “Did you brush your teeth?”, “Don’t EVER let me catch you doing that again!,” “Going to a party? Who’s going to be there?”, “If it’s not […]

Jesus as Bassmaster?

“If Jesus Was a Bassmaster”   John 21:1-19 Delivered to Church for the Highlands     John Henson Third Sunday of Easter, April 10, 2016 I was painfully reminded yesterday of the truth of John Steinbeck’s words, “It has always been my private conviction that any man who pits his intelligence against a fish and […]

Do You Have a Batcave?

“Walking through Walls”     John 20:19-31 Delivered to Church for the Highlands   John Henson Second Sunday after Easter, April 3, 2016 We’ve been showing old tv shows and cartoons on Thursday nights to the Highland Blessing Dinner crowd here in the chapel before the meal starts.  The most requests are for Three Stooges episodes, but […]