Coppertop Sermons

Try a Little Tenderness

Sermon preached September 23, 2012

Text: James 3:13-18; Mark 9:30-37

Water. This summer I had a couple of profound experiences with water. 2:45 am June 20 the phone at our house rang. That is usually not good news. It wasn’t. The Red Cross was calling to see if we would open our church as

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Just Getting Started

Sermon preached September 16, 2012

Text: Mark 8:27-38

Thirty years ago this past summer, just about a mile from here at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, a young woman named Julie and a young man named David said “I do.” Even if I said that we were both sixteen at the time, we still would

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All Together Now

Sermon preached September 9, 2012

Texts: James 2:1-7; Mark 7:24-37

His name was Ed. I can’t remember just what grade I was in at Lester Park Elementary when I met Ed, but Ed stood out. His skin was a little darker, though I never really thought much about that. His clothes were a little

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The 59th Bridge Street

Sermon preached September 2, 2012

Texts: Song of Songs 2:8-13

I am going to share a story from television in a moment, but in thinking about it, I have to admit, that my television references are pretty dated. It says something about my tv watching. I used to know a lot more about current

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