II Corinthians 4:7-18 May 22, 2016 Union University Church Reverend Laurie DeMott A New Yorker was driving through Texas on business when he collided with a truck carrying a horse. A few weeks later when he returned home, he submitted a claim to his insurance agent to collect damages for his injuries. “How can you … More Lord, Make Me a Potato
Acts 2:1-12, 37-39 May 15, 2016 Union University Church Reverend Laurie DeMott A children’s Sunday School class was learning the Apostles’ Creed and three children had each been assigned a section to learn the previous week at home which they were to recite that week for the rest of the class. When it was time … More Why Can’t We Just Be Binatarians?
I Corinthians 15:12-14, 35-44 May 8, 2016 Union University Church Reverend Laurie DeMott Many years ago, I read of a man who was a student of the great theologian Reinhold Niebuhr. The student said that he entered college as an atheist but eventually he came to so admire Niebuhr’s philosophy about social interactions, justice, and … More Plotting the Resurrection
I Corinthians 13-14:1 May 1, 2016 Union University Church Reverend Laurie DeMott No matter how biblically illiterate a person might be, they have probably heard these words of Paul’s at some point in their lives, at least they have if they have attended enough weddings. I Corinthians 13 is the passage of choice both for … More A More Excellent Way