Written Sermons

October 29, 2014

Climate Change

Revelation 8:6-9:21 by Daniel Harrell Unless you have a peculiar passion for apocalyptic dystopian scenarios—you’re a fan, let’s say, of the Hunger Games, I Am Legend, The Matrix (for us […]
October 15, 2014


Revelation 8 by Daniel Harrell John gets a peek through heaven’s door and sees an angel with a thurible. From the Greek word for sacrifice, a thurible, also known as […]
October 6, 2014

Do The Math

Revelation 7 by Daniel Harrell We launched into our own study around Revelation last month, with a plan to be in it until spring, most likely. One reason it could […]
September 23, 2014


Revelation 6 by Daniel Harrell Having visited friends in both England and Scotland this past summer, I watched with added interest the Scottish independence vote that took place on Thursday. […]
September 16, 2014

The Lion & The Lamb

Revelation 5 by Daniel Harrell If you were to paint a picture of Jesus this morning, what would he look like? Long brown hair and a beard, wearing a bathrobe and […]
September 9, 2014


Revelation 4 by Daniel Harrell I don’t know about you but I’m still working through my New Year’s resolutions. I made three: 1] Read Moby Dick. I’m currently lost at […]
August 24, 2014

Church Fathers Starting with O: Origen

Romans 5:12-21 by Daniel Harrell Summertime sermons mean “Church Fathers” sermons, a seventeen year series focused on personalities whose faith and lives have shaped the Christianity we confess. As there […]
August 17, 2014

Church Fathers Starting with N: Reinhold Niebuhr

Romans 8:1-4 by Daniel Harrell This morning’s letter is sparse when it comes to Church Fathers and Mothers proper; there’s nobody to speak of from the earliest centuries of the […]
August 12, 2014

Isaac Newton

by Daniel Harrell Summertime means “Church Fathers,” so to speak, a sermon series now in its seventeenth season. I started lo these many years ago to focus annually on those […]
August 4, 2014

Not Me!

Mark 14:12-26 by Daniel Harrell The account of the Last Supper is familiar. It begins with the first day of the weeklong Feast of Unleavened Bread—commemorating Israel’s exodus from Egyptian […]