Monthly Archives: April 2014

Addressing Nature-Deficit Disorder

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, April 27, 2014 (Earth Day Sunday) Psalm 23:1-3a ESV William Wordsworth, “The Tables Turned” Nature-deficit disorder is one of the maladies of our time.  Such is the contention of author Richard Louv … Continue reading

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Why Christianity Didn’t Die

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, April 20, 2014 (Easter) Mark 16:1-8 ESV Christianity might have easily died in its infancy; right there on the cross with the crucified Jesus.  For some of you, that statement may seem … Continue reading

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What Do We Hear, What Do We See?

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, April 13, 2014 John 12:12-16, 20-33 ESV In case you missed it in the news, historians claim they have found the Holy Grail, the chalice from which Jesus drank on the night … Continue reading

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When Trouble or Disaster Strikes

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, April 6, 2014 Isaiah 54:10 ESV; Mark 13:5-8 KJV Why does trouble or disaster strike?  This is one of the greatest faith questions of all time.  For the past two weeks, we … Continue reading

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