A collection of our weekly sermons in transcript form. Audio versions will be available soon.
Thank you for your interest in continuing the Wesley Walk for Others! For 31 years this event was the major fundraiser for Wesley Community Centers, Inc. which ministered to poor in Atlanta since 1902. Wesley Community Centers ceased to operate in April, 2014, but the Wesley Walk for Others lives on! Now, you can determine the “Others” for whom you will walk.
As Walk Coordinator for your congregation, your responsibilities will be:
Join us! We are hosting the annual Wesley Walk for Others on October 25, 2014 with a 6 mile hike around Stone Mountain. Stone Mountain First is raising money for Nanette Todd’s Kids Camp. We are encouraging each walker to raise $200. The race starts at 7:30 am. For more information, or to volunteer contact the church. Each participant will need to fill out the Indemnification Clause.
Philippians 4: 4-9
Do you know a worrier? Are you a worrier? No jabbing the person next to you. If your answer is yes to either of these questions, then today’s final sermon on the book of Philippians is for you. I was raised by a worrier, who was raised by a worrier. My grandfather was such a worrier, that he wouldn’t let my mother learn how to ride a bike because of all the things that might happen. Read more
Philippians 3: 12-14
Press on! Press on! Isn’t that what we are called to do? Press on! Now I’m not talking about ironing here. Sometimes we are all so pressing on that we fail to live the life we have. We are busy. Working. Gaining. Collecting. Gathering. Raising. Working out. What do you think of when you think of finishing the race? Winning. Trophies. I remember a time when these trophies were all displayed on lovely shelves. Yesterday I dug them out of a box in the basement. Read more
Philippians 1: 1-13
This morning when the sun burst through the sky in the east…folks gathered to break bread. People have been gathering all day – and now we too join the ancient ritual and join our hearts and heads, hands and mouths to celebrate the gift of Holy Communion with the entire Christian world. All of us. Eating bread and loving Jesus together. Read more