Written Sermons

March 23, 2015

How Much Forgiveness?

Matthew 18:21-35 by Daniel Harrell Years ago I got a call from a church member who had delayed the sale of a house he owned in another state for more […]
March 8, 2015

Two or Three

Matthew 18:15-20 by Daniel Harrell The Lenten season invites serious self-examination on our part. The road to resurrection is littered with sin and failure redeemable only through truth and grace. […]
February 27, 2015

Amputation Imputation

Matthew 18:1-14 by Daniel Harrell Ancient Christian tradition teaches pride to be chief of the seven deadly sins. Modern Christian tradition teaches this too. CS Lewis famously labeled pride as […]
February 16, 2015

Sharper Image

Revelation 19 by Daniel Harrell Good news about braving the cold to be in church this morning. An interesting and growing body of medical research demonstrates faith and religious practice […]
February 9, 2015

Post Mortem

Revelation 18 by Daniel Harrell I appreciate those who last Sunday challenged my assertion that the often bizarre language of Revelation is mostly figurative. Dragons and monsters and weird-looking creatures, […]
February 5, 2015

Evil Woman

Revelation 17 by Daniel Harrell Lots of snow back in New England this week—another half foot today they say. Three-feet of the fluff fell in parts of Massachusetts as Nantucket […]
January 19, 2015

Like a Thief in the Night

Revelation 16 by Daniel Harrell My daughter Violet broke her leg before she learned to walk—and it was mostly my fault. Soon after she learned to pull herself up to standing […]
January 12, 2015

Hear the Music

Galatians 3:23–4:11  Preached December 28, 2014 by Dawn Duncan Harrell Happy Holy Name! The Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus is the day on the church calendar when we […]
January 12, 2015

The Beginning of the End

Revelation 15 by Daniel Harrell As a kid in my North Carolina suburban neighborhood, all my friends and I had a basketball goal in our driveway. To mark of our […]
January 8, 2015

Wine-Pressed

Revelation 14 by Daniel Harrell Whenever I’ve officiated a war veteran’s funeral, I’m moved by its solemnity: the ritual posture of respect, the dress uniforms of the honor guard, the […]