Monthly Archives: July 2011

You Never Walk Alone

Tony Campolo is a professor of sociology and a popular speaker. Campolo has written many books about social justice. I have quoted him in a few times in previous sermons. He was once invited to a women’s conference where he … Continue reading

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When right and wrong gets in the way

One of my favorite movies is called “Airplane!” The movie is a spoof of the “Airport” movies that preceded it. The premise of both movies is an airline disaster, the people who are the victims, and the people trying to … Continue reading

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The Living Stones of Our Saviour

This is a wonderful occasion. This parish is celebrating being in Placerville for 150 years. Being here in this place happened because of the work and dedication of many, many people. The current members of this are parish are the … Continue reading

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