Sermons from November 2018

Sermons from November 2018

Rev. Jeff Wakeley, November 25, 2018.

John 18:33-37 One day, after a family outing, grandparents and their children arrived home to discover that someone had broken into their house and stolen various items. A local teenager was soon identified as the likely culprit after his father turned him in to the police. The father had noticed that his son was suddenly in possession of several items that didn’t seem to…

Rev. Jeff Wakeley, November 11, 2018, Living Lives That Inspire

Mark 12: 38-44 Think for a moment about the people who inspired to you be who you are today.  Now think about the lives you may be inspiring.    I knew from a young age that I wanted to be a teacher and help others to learn.  I was inspired to be a teacher by the teachers who taught me.   I saw the…

Rev. Jeff Wakeley, November 4, 2018,

Mark 12:28-34 Yiddish fork lore offers a telling tale about gossip-makers. One such man had told so many malicious untruths about the local rabbi that, overcome by remorse, he begged the rabbi to forgive him. “Rabbi, tell me how I can make amends.” The rabbi sighed, “Take two pillows, go to the public square and there cut the pillows open. Wave them in…