Category Archives: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Of confessions and the church today

A sermon preached at First Presbyterian Church, Morgantown, WV September 3, 2017 Good morning again. It is an honor to be able to lead this congregation in worship this morning. But it is more daunting that usual for several reasons, … Continue reading

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Trying to be consistent isn’t easy

It dawned on me the other day that I may not have been totally consistent with my own professed philosophy about how our representatives should operate, a philosophy that is actually based on theology, so it’s a bit of a … Continue reading

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Of knowing, not knowing and faith

A sermon delivered at Sugar Grove Presbyterian Church Morgantown, West Virginia Sunday, July 23, 2017 Please join me in prayer: May the words of my mouth in the meditations of each and every one of our hearts be acceptable in … Continue reading

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