Written Sermons

October 7, 2019

Take Two Tablets

Exodus 20:1-21 by Daniel Harrell Here’s a photo of me that popped up on Facebook this week. It’s from a high school drama production entitled The Braggart Soldier, a third […]
September 23, 2019

How to Be Perfect

Matthew 5:43-48 by Daniel Harrell Many years ago, Dawn and I were driving north from the Carolinas to Boston in our ancient Honda Accord. The tachometer started to spin uncontrollably […]
September 17, 2019

Like a Good Neighbor

Leviticus 19:13-18 by Daniel Harrell I’m one of those people who know’s he’s going to forget something, so he writes himself a note. But then he forgets to read the […]
September 10, 2019

Second Best

Mark 12:28-34 by Daniel Harrell Tensions abound in the Bible: tensions between law and grace, sin and forgiveness, regret and gratitude, suffering and redemption, despair and praise, lament and joy. […]
April 17, 2019

Getting There From Here

Rev. Jeffrey M. Lindsay Luke 19:28-48 A little boy was sick on Palm Sunday and stayed home from church with his mother. His father returned from church holding a palm […]
March 17, 2019


Psalm 22 by Daniel Harrell Nobel prize winning economist Richard Thaler tells of a time early on in his teaching career when he managed to get most of his students […]
March 6, 2019

Ash Wednesday

Psalm 22 by Daniel Harrell Thanks for all who have followed Dawn’s cancer voyage on Caring Bridge—it means so much that you’re with us. In one the posts I wrote […]
February 4, 2019

Love Never Ends

1 Corinthians 13 by Daniel Harrell 1 Corinthians 13’s ode to love is among the most honored passages of Scripture. We preachers only diminish it by preaching it, which is […]
January 31, 2019


1 Corinthians 12:1-11 by Daniel Harrell A map made its way around the internet showing the national rooting interest by state regarding this afternoon’s AFC football contest. Most of the […]
January 14, 2019

Building Walls

2 Corinthians 2:1-12 by Daniel Harrell I’ve been thinking a lot about the Wall this week. It’s been hard not to. Depending on which side of the aisle you sit, […]