New Hanover Presbyterian Sermons

January 14, 2018

Come and See…

How many times have you been told how important this is? How many times has it been made clear what you should share? This Sunday, we will think about what we share when we share our faith. We don’t need to be doctors of doctrine, or paragons of morality. We just need to tell our story, and […]

December 24, 2017

The Second Coming of Christ.

As much as some Christians talk about the Second Coming of Christ, it sounds like they are expecting a combination party, fancy dinner and awards ceremony. If they are, they have been watch too much “Christian” TV and not reading the Bible! As part of our First Advent/Second Advent series, we will look this Sunday […]

December 17, 2017

It’s Simple

How many times have we thought about it – there are so many more needs than it seems we have resources? Your mailbox is full of solicitations from charities, the TV is filled with heart-tugging pictures of big-eyed sick children, limping veterans, and mistreated puppies and kittens. Every internet search is accompanied by ads for […]

December 17, 2017

The Patient Embrace

The sermon, The Patient Embrace will ask us to think together about what God’s timeline means for human life. Scriptures will be Isaiah 40:1-11, Psalm 85, Mark 1:1-8 and 2Peter 3:8-15a.   http://newhanoverpres.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/10_Dec_09.57.07.m4a

December 3, 2017

Have We Stopped Watching?

This week, our service included music food and fellowship all in one amazing service. The service included communion which we was receive around the tables – as the early church did. Robert will begin an Advent series of sermons looking at the significance of the second coming of Christ – as Jesus himself saw it.  […]

November 26, 2017

Christ the King Sunday

This Sunday was the last of the church year and it is called Christ the King Sunday. Recognizing the supremacy of Christ over all things, this Sunday was an opportunity for all Christians to reflect on Christ’s redeeming love and effective work of behalf of all humanity. http://newhanoverpres.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/26_Nov.m4a

November 12, 2017

What Love Has to do With It?

This week we look at the one of the greatest commandments, to love our neighbor as ourself. In the third century, there was such a movement against the self by the church that the prevailing message about ourselves was that even though God loved us, we were really despicable in the flesh. Even Calvin described […]

October 23, 2017

Honor is something we think of as singular…

Honor is something we think of as singular – a medal given to one person at a special ceremony, or a title bestowed on an especially accomplished individual. We are always looking for the exceptional, the talented and the fortunate to boost them even higher than they already are. However, in the world of the […]

October 1, 2017

E Pluribus Unum

The fact that the people of Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, Russia, Afghanistan and Ethiopia are our brothers and sisters is not obvious. People kill each other by the thousands and do not see themselves as brothers and sisters. If we want to be real peace-makers, national security cannot be our primary concern. Our primary concern […]

September 25, 2017

Who Doesn’t Like Grace?

Who doesn’t like grace! Well, maybe more of us than we realize. In fact, our text for this Sunday focuses on how hard grace can be, not just to accept, but to like. Psalm 34:1-10 and Matthew 20:1-16. http://newhanoverpres.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/24_Sep.m4a

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