Recent days have brought back memories of the horrific events of 9/11. The twentieth anniversary of that day has appropriately resulted in articles and observances, lesson plans and conversations, documentaries and remembrances. In his sermon, John Willingham draws upon that shared experience by focusing our attention on an opportunity present on 9/12. Join us as ponder together that gift as people of faith.
In his sermon on Sunday, John Willingham begins our summer series that will focus on the Old Testament character of Daniel. We start by pondering a day when, as an act of faith, Daniel refused to eat food sent to him by the king of Babylon. Join us as we reflect upon that decision and what it might say about how we faithfully live in a world that often has different priorities as well.