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Of greed and borders

A sermon preached at Springhill Furnace Presbyterian Church, Lake Lynn PA, on Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019. Good morning again. It’s good to be back with you, and I truly appreciate the invitation to return. I do enjoy meeting and getting … Continue reading

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Of Our Call to Combat Hate

Editor’s note: This is a sermon preached on June 25, 2019 at the stated meeting of the Presbytery of Upper Ohio Valley. Much of it draws on several recent sermons on the same topic, so forgive duplications. Good evening and … Continue reading

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Of grace unbidden

A sermon by John A. BoltFirst Presbyterian Church, Kingwood, WVMay 26, 2019 We may have celebrated Easter itself back on April 21, but we are still in the “season” of Easter, sometimes called Eastertide. It is the 50-day period that … Continue reading

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