Archive | August, 2017

Light, Silence, Connection

Sermon:  LIGHT
Texts:  Genesis 1:3, 2 Corinthians 4-6
Date:  August 27, 2017
Anne Hopkins, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
The thought I’d like to share with you is LIGHT.  The power of LIGHT.
In Genesis 1:3 “And God said, “let there be light.” And there was light.
 
One night when I was restless and anxious, I decided to meditate to try to settle down to sleep.  And the message ‘IT’S BETTER TO LIGHT ONE CANDLE THAN CURSE THE DARKNESS” came to me.  Though I hadn’t thought about […]

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Kingdom of God: Within

Click the arrow to listen to the guest sermon by Elyse Fairweather: Kingdom of God: Within
Texts: Psalm 100; Luke 17:20-24; Hebrews 11:1-3
Date: September 3, 2017
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Between Here & Now & Not Yet

Sermon: Between Here & Now & Not Yet
Texts: Thomas 113; Luke 9:27; Matthew 13:16; Luke 11:20; Luke 11:2; Matthew 6:10
Date: August 13, 2017
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
         Jesus’ disciples asked him, “When is the kingdom going to come?”  Good question, don’t you think?  It has been a very common speculative activity of various groups of Christians through the ages to try to answer that question of “When?”  Some have searched for signs in scripture and signs of the […]

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Logic Outdone by Joy

Click the arrow to listen to Dee Eisenhauer’s’ sermon: Logic Outdone by Joy
Text: Luke 15:1-10
Date: August 6, 2017
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Logic Outdone by Joy

Sermon: Logic Outdone by Joy
Text: Luke 15:1-10
Date: August 6, 2017
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
         I like to think that the Pharisees and the scribes recognized Jesus’s great charisma like everybody else.  They knew him to be quick-witted and articulate, a great storyteller.  They could sense his intimate connection with God.  They probably wished they could persuade him join them; I bet they would have liked to harness his energy and popularity for their cause of keeping people faithful.  […]

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