Written Sermons

October 8, 2012

Lights Out

Job 3:1-26 by Daniel Harrell Our theme is Biblical light, but we’ve spent a good deal of time in the dark in recent weeks. We’ve stumbled through darkness as mystery […]
October 5, 2012

Light Fixture

Exodus 25:31-40 by Daniel Harrell We’re looking at light in the Bible this fall, though we ended last Sunday on an ironically dark note. While light shines throughout Scripture as […]
September 25, 2012

Towering Inferno

Exodus 13:17-22 by Daniel Harrell As you know by now we’re seeing the light in the Bible this fall, in part to coincide with our Guelich Lecture Series this coming […]
September 18, 2012

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Genesis 9:1-17 by Daniel Harrell “Light” is the first sentence God speaks in Scripture, and as with everything the Lord says, it happens. “Let there be light” was just another […]
September 12, 2012

Let There Be Light

Genesis 1:1-5 by Daniel Harrell If you’re one to keep track of these annual Celebration Sundays at Colonial Church, you’ve already realized that I’m starting this fall with the same […]
September 5, 2012

Start Here

Mark 12:28-34 by Daniel Harrell Chances are that at some point in your life you’ve been asked to name the one thing you’d want to have with you if ever […]
August 22, 2012

Church Fathers Letter M: Michelangelo

Psalm 96 by Daniel Harrell Psalm 96 is a song about a new song; a new song about God doing a new thing. “He is coming to judge the world […]
August 14, 2012

Maximus Confessor

Matthew 6:7-15 by Daniel Harrell If you’ve been a Christian for a long time then you’ve been saying the Lord’s Prayer for a long time. I use the verb “say” […]
August 7, 2012

Marcion of Sinope

Matthew 7:15-20 by Daniel Harrell It feels great to be back in front of you this morning. Last Sunday I was preaching in Boston (yes I know the Twins swept […]
July 23, 2012

More Than Enough Time

By Danielle Jones 2 Peter 3:8 “But do not ignore this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years is […]