Sermons from December 2015

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“Now What”??

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                                                                                DECEMBER 27, 2015   NOW WHAT? Colossians 3 12 – 17; Luke 2: 41 – 52 Rev. Sabrina Ingram   The time after Christmas is different for everyone.  Some people pack up everything by noon on Boxing Day and others… well, I had a friend whose live tree was still […]

“To Laugh or Cry”- The Longest Night

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                            DECEMBER 16, 2015   WORSHIP FOR THE LONGEST NIGHT “TO LAUGH OR CRY?” Micah 5: 2 – 5a; Hebrews 10: 5 – 10; Luke 1: 39 – 55 Rev. Sabrina Ingram   There are times in life when we don’t know whether to laugh or cry.  For instance:  at […]

The Great Levelling

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                                                                                  DECEMBER 6, 2015   THE GREAT LEVELLING Malachi 3: 1 – 4; Luke 3: 1 – 6   Do you recall as a kid, coming across a large hill with your friends and racing to the top?  The first one up would declare, “I’m the king of the castle, and […]

“Something to live for”

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                                                                                NOVEMBER 29, 2015   SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR Jeremiah 33: 14 – 16; Luke 1: 68 – 79 Rev. Sabrina Ingram   Recent global events have raised the anxiety levels of many people.  The terrorist attacks in France, the attack in the Mali hotel, the shooting down of Russian planes, […]

“Kings and Kingdoms”

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                                                                                NOVEMBER 22, 2015   KINGS AND KINGDOMS Daniel 7: 13 – 14; Revelation 1: 4 – 8; John 18: 33 – 37 Rev. Sabrina Ingram   When I was a child I loved to play checkers.  I enjoyed leap-frogging around the board, taking out my opponent’s pieces while making my […]