Monthly Archives: September 2014

He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, September 28, 2014 Job 2:11-13 NLT Some of us are old enough to remember that 1969 pop tune by the Hollies titled “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother.”  Some of the lyrics … Continue reading

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The Time for Reading the Signs

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, September 21, 2014 Matthew 16:1-3 NLT Reading from “A Sharp Lookout,” Signs and Seasons, by John Burroughs This is the time of the year—with the approach of fall this week—when some people … Continue reading

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Mutual Consideration and the Ties That Bind

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, September 14, 2014 1 Corinthians 10:24-33 NLT Let’s start with a story; a true story.  Some years ago, in a previous congregation, there was a retired couple that I will refer to … Continue reading

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Considering That Other Taboo “S” Word

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, August 31, 2014 Psalm 130; Matthew 27:1-5 GNT Traditionally there have been topics that have been considered too taboo—too unmentionable—to talk about in public.  One of those taboo “S” words—suicide—has come to … Continue reading

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