Monthly Archives: May 2017

Who You Going to Listen To?

A sermon delivered by Dr. Randy K. Hammer, May 28, 2017 Proverbs 16 (selected verses); reading from Parker J. Palmer’s, Let Your Life Speak Today’s message was prepared primarily with our graduating high school seniors in mind.  At the same … Continue reading

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Reflections on “Near Death Experiences”

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy K. Hammer, May 21, 2017 Psalm 18:1-7; Luke 13:4 GNT I ask your indulgence, that I might share a personal story this morning.  Because I feel privileged – no, I feel blessed – … Continue reading

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Women Who Can Change the World

A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy K. Hammer, May 14, 2017 Matthew 15:21-28 GNT It saddens me, and perhaps you as well, to see people separated by cultural, ethnic, and religious barriers.  It is unnatural—we might even say un-godly—for … Continue reading

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Everyday Sacraments

A sermon delivered by Dr. Randy K. Hammer, May 7, 2017 Mark 8:1-9 GNT; Reading from John Burroughs, Accepting the Universe The word “sacrament” is one of those theological, churchy words that have been around almost as long as the … Continue reading

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The Emmaus Road of Disappointment (A Place to Share Our Stories)

A sermon delivered by Dr. Randy K. Hammer, April 30, 2017 Luke 24:13-35 GNT; Reading from Atul Gawande, Being Mortal Stories.  How important are the hearing and telling of stories to our lives!  From our earliest childhood, we have memories … Continue reading

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