Current Tag: follow

“When I moved to Winchester, Virginia, I learned very quickly how much my town loves a good parade. For a whole weekend we celebrate as the Apple Blossom Festival shuts down banks and schools and...
Most of us like the comfortable and the familiar. Jesus, however, sometimes sends us ahead of him to places we have never been before. MaryAnn McKibben Dana, popular speaker, preacher, conference leader, and writer, preaches...
Today is Transfiguration Sunday, a turning point from the season of Epiphany, characterized by light and revelation, to the season of Lent, a season of repentance, as we journey to the cross with Jesus. Listen...
“Where are you a local?” asks Reverend Amy Starr Redwine, pastor and head of staff at First Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia. In today’s passage, Matthew 4:12-23, we learn that Jesus does not go to his...
“Muppy, Fritzy, Sandy…who were they? They were the three schnauzers who belonged to my bishop when I first moved to Richmond,” Michael Renninger says.  “And may I tell you a secret? They were the most...
1 2 3

Sign up for occasional news & updates from A Sermon for Every Sunday

3205 Monument Avenue, Suite 300, Richmond, Virginia, 23221

© 2022 A Sermon For Every Sunday
Design and Development by Pixelstrike Creative