Bethlehem – Part 3

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

Accident or Miracle? All Americans were saddened in the Christmas season of 2006 when Gerald Ford, our 38th President, passed away at the age of 93. People from both sides…

Bethlehem – Part 2

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

From Here to There Have you ever wondered if perhaps we’re actually alone in this universe, and that there’s just empty sky above us? A few years ago pop star…

Bethlehem – Part 1

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

Journey to Bethlehem I don’t know if any of you have ever had the experience of helping to deliver an over-eager baby. Taxi drivers have helped bring a new life…

Fighting – Part 7

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

Easy to Forgive? I have a mental game for you to play today, and it’s going to be easiest for those of you who have had bosses in your work…

Fighting – Part 6

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

I Can Do It Better! A kid was entertaining himself one day with that classic old game of tossing a baseball up in the air and then hitting it. And…

Fighting – Part 5

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

A Visit From the Anti-Thief Have you ever been involved in a friendly basketball game—ten sweaty guys, two teams formed by the time-honored method of “the first five to make…

Fighting – Part 4

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

The Terminator of Truth If you come to this church on Sabbath morning but you don’t believe in the validity of the seventh-day Sabbath, what should our board do about…

Fighting – Part 3

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

Doomed Divisiveness A Christian math teacher once had a young man come up to him during a break in their college algebra class. And he said with a very happy…

Fighting – Part 2

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

An Enemy Has Done This A short story from many years ago tells about a man who moved into a new neighborhood. I don’t know why he did it, or…

Fighting – Part 1

In Sermon Series by Rachel Schultz

The Right Fist of Fellowship I want to tell you about a cartoon that would be funnier if it weren’t so poignant. A church congregation has pews set so that…