Monthly Archives: September 2017

“Hoarding Grace?” sermon from Sunday

“Hoarding Grace?”    Jonah 3:10-4:11 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, September 24, 2017 Have you ever been like that? Why is it that we can be given so much and yet be so selfish? As we’ve heard in our Scripture readings this morning, selfishness is a problem. Jonah certainly struggled with it. And […]

A Work in Progress

“A Work in Progress” Ephesians 2:7-14 Delivered to Church for the Highlands on the 7th Anniversary Sunday, September 17, 2017 [sermon audio is here] The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família. That’s the majestic church in Barcelona behind me on the screen. It is a masterpiece, designed by Antoni Gaudi, that has been […]

Putting on Jesus

“Who Are You Wearing?”        Romans 13:8-14 Delivered to Church for the Highlands    John Henson Sunday, September 10, 2017 How did we ever make it in life without phone apps?  Some of you never have had to, but many of us remember what it was like when you had to read the […]

A Burning Bush and the Misery of a Flood

Message Manuscript for “Let My People Go”    Exodus 3:1-15 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, September 3, 2017 Where is God when the floods come our way?  I wondered how people in the path of Hurricane Harvey asked and answered that question as it moved inland from Corpus Christi, sat on the Houston […]

Aren’t We to Be Nonconformists?

Message Manuscript for “Being a Church of Nonconformity” Romans 12:1-8 Delivered to Church for the Highlands Dr. John Henson Sunday, August 27, 2017 The words we’ve just heard from Paul in his letter to the Romans (12:1-8) are a powerful and timely call for us as a church today. As we gather here for Worship […]