Sometimes I preach about things I think our church needs to hear for our salvation; sometimes I preach about things that might help bring the Kingdom of God to Earth; I often preach about issues of social justice. But sometimes ... I can do all of these and still make it fun! (This is important, because even I get tired of hearing myself talk.) I think this new series is fun. I’ve never preached this a series of sermons like this, and I’m really enjoying studying for them.
Over the next four weeks or so we’ll talk about things that sound like they come from the Bible, but don’t. As we do, we will look for the true message of these so called truisms. Studying the bible is important for us as we learn along our walk toward sanctification. In fact, we study to find God’s calling for each of us.
Here are the old sayings that we will examine in the coming weeks:
I have taken these topics from an organization in Houston called Ministry Pass and made them my own. This series should be fun and informative in ways that can lead us to lead grace filled lives. I hope you will be here and add to our conversations.
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In matters of faith, we at First United Methodist Church, Sealy put primary reliance on the Bible. In scripture, we understand that we are all God’s children; therefore, we will be a church that cares for the needs of our church and local community through prayer, deeds, inspiration, and love in the spirit of Christ.
Caring for the needs of our church and community through prayer, deeds, inspiration and love in the Spirit of Christ.
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Rev Pat Bell, Pastor
First United Methodist Church Sealy
200 Atchison Street
Sealy, Texas 77474