Tag Archives: Mother’s Day

Mom Enough? sermon from this morning

“3 Helps for Moms of Today from Moms of the Bible Who Knew” Delivered to Church for the Highlands Sunday, May 13, 2012   Mother’s Day Hannah:  Turn Your Child(ren) back to God Mary:  Believe in Your Child(rens) Future Lois and Eunice:  Instill faith in your child(ren). Audio podcast is here

The beginnings of motherhood

I ran across this TED Partner Series video while hunting for sermon illustrations/anecdotes this week.  I don’t think I can fit it in anywhere this week, but it is fascinating video of conception (easy!) to birth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKyljukBE70 or

Love beyond Circumcision

Acts 10:44-48 Luke described what was taking place as Peter was preaching.  The Holy Spirit was much at work (“fell upon”) those who were listening, as described with their behavior of speaking in tongues and in the way they were praising God.  It is amazing to think of what this must have been like to […]

Lectionary vs. Mother’s Day

The lectionary vs. Mother’s Day.  It has been a battle for preachers since Hallmark started cranking out cards not long after the U.S. Congress gave the day official recognition on the second Sunday of every May (read more about it here).  Not just a few pastors have been scarred forever from within their congregations for […]