Sermons from September 2018

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Best Practices

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SEPTEMBER 30, 2018 Rev. Sabrina Ingram BEST PRACTICES James 5: 13 –20; Mark 9: 38 – 50 The term “best practice” is a phrase used in professional circles to describe a repeatable method or technique accepted as the standard way of doing things because it produces superior results in ways that […]

The Call of Leadership

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SEPTEMBER 16, 2018 Rev. Sabrina Ingram THE CALL OF LEADERSHIP 1 Timothy 3: 1 – 13; Mark 8: 27 – 38 An early image of The Church was a boat, a sailing vessel – a vessel of salvation. The Church conveys spiritual pilgrims on their journey to God. The Latin word […]

What Time is it?

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH September 2, 2018 Rev. Ed Musson WHAT TIME IS IT? Psalm 118: 21-29; Matthew 18: 15-20; Romans 13: 8-14 In 1968 a newly formed rock group released their first album entitled “Chicago Transit Authority.” They eventually changed their name to simply, Chicago. On that first album is a song entitled, “Does […]

A New Day

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ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SEPTEMBER 9, 2018 Rev. Sabrina Ingram Anniversary Sunday A NEW DAY Isaiah 35: 4 – 10; Mark 7: 24 – 37 Today is a day of celebration! On anniversaries we mark the years – it’s been 54 years since St. Stephen’s first held a worship service. We celebrate when we officially […]