Written Sermons

June 27, 2012

Wedding Day

Ruth 4 by Daniel Harrell When last we left Ruth the Moabite she’d hauled a shawl full of barley given to her by Boaz the Bethlehemite, a token of his […]
June 19, 2012

How To Catch A Husband

Ruth 3 by Daniel Harrell First off a Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there, including those reading this on your computer or listening to the podcast while […]
June 12, 2012

Gleaning on the Everlasting Arms

Ruth 2 by Daniel Harrell Often when I return to the South to visit, folks can’t resist a playful poke at my living in the North. These days it’s all […]
June 5, 2012

Whither Thou Goest

Ruth 1 by Daniel Harrell June is graduation month—and I do add my congratulations to our high school graduates this morning. June is also a popular wedding month, I have […]
May 31, 2012

Fire Alarm

Acts 2:1-21 by Daniel Harrell Pentecost is the birthday of the church, but it didn’t start as that. It began back in Exodus when God commanded a party to commemorate […]
May 1, 2012

Get Out of Jail Free

Acts 4:23-37 by Daniel Harrell This series of post-resurrection sermons, and post-Pentecost sermons for that matter (we’ll take up Pentecost on Pentecost), began with a crippled panhandler by the Jerusalem Temple […]
April 23, 2012

The Gospel According to Peter

Acts 4:1-22 by Daniel Harrell With the Titanic Centennial having sunk back below the surface, it is time to recognize another 100th Anniversary, that of the “lyric little bandbox” known […]
April 18, 2012

What Just Happened?

Acts 3:1-26 by Daniel Harrell Today being the hundredth anniversary, I probably should say something about the Titanic. The deluge of retrospectives, TV movies, documentaries and commemorations are but the tip […]
April 10, 2012

The Winning Number

Mark 16:1-8 by Daniel Harrell I stand before you this Easter morning because I did not win the Mega Millions jackpot. No 640 million dollars for me! I know, I’m […]
April 3, 2012

Jesus in a Bad Mood

Mark 11:1-25 by Daniel Harrell The last thing anyone needs in church on a Sunday devoted to happy hosanna singing is a grumpy Jesus. What’s the matter anyway? It’s starts […]