“How do you make known the love of God. Every day in every way.” Rev. David Lucey delivers a Sermon at St Francis Episcopal Church.
Category Archives: Gospel and Sermon
Sermon: The Unique Fruit Each One of Us Is…
I pray we live willing to mature in Christ so a crop of fruit, the unique fruit each one of us is designed to produce, can start to blossom again. Pray, we can enjoy God’s purpose for us and not just waste the soil we live in but bless those around us.
Sermon: Who we are and Whose we are.
Lent is a time we work on who we are and whose we are. Who are we? We’re God’s Children. Why were we created? So that we could use God’s gifts to glorify Him in the world by loving our neighbor as ourselves. Whose are we? We’re Jesus’ and therefore God’s. We’re Glory Bearers.
Sermon: 40 days out of every year
“For 40 days out of every year, my time is devoted to god and I belong to him, and if I have good news this morning it’s that you belong to him too.”
Sermon: Give our lives for the world
A relationship with God. Love of God and knowledge of each other, mediated through Jesus Christ. The man who gave his life for us and encouraged us to give our lives for the world.
Sermon: Following the call…
…God’s call to revive, refresh and Redeem.
Rev. David Lucey delivers sermon on February 6th at St Francis Episcopal Church.
Sermon: Time and Jesus were given to us by GOD
…For our joy and for the glorification of our Father in Heaven.
Rev. David Lucey delivers the sermon on The first Sunday of Advent at St Francis Episcopal Church.
Sermon: Humility is the ladder to Heaven
Samaritan Timothy Rutherford delivers the sermon on October 17th at St Francis Episcopal Church.
Sermon: May your yoke be easy, and your burden light.
Rev. David Lucey delivers the sermon on October 3rd at St Francis Episcopal Church.
Sermon: Have salt in yourselves and be at peace with one another.
Good salt. Ready to be at peace with ourselves and welcoming to the stranger.
Rev. David Lucey delivers the sermon on September 26th at St Francis Episcopal Church.