Category archives: Sermons

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    Steve Lindsley (Exodus 16: 2-15; Matthew 20: 1-16) Scripture tells us that the first shall be last, and the last shall be first. I rather like this scripture. I find it particularly useful as a Wake Forest fan. There have been numerous times when I have evoked it to ward off the friendly jabs of... [read more]
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    DC Horne (Romans 14: 1-12, Matthew 18: 21-35)
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    Steve Lindsley (Exodus 13: 17-22, Luke 10: 1-12) So where are we going? It’s a simple enough question: where are we going? Well, it depends, doesn’t it? If you happened to have been on certain flights of El Al airlines a few years back, apparently you were going, quite literally, nowhere. In a m... [read more]
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    DC Horne
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    Steve Lindsley (Psalm 13; 2 Corinthians 4: 1, 5-10, 16-18) If you were to walk into my office right now – which for obvious reasons I’d prefer for you not to do – if you were to walk into my office after worship, you’d quickly learn a few things about me, things you may already know or not know,... [read more]
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    Steve Lindsley (Matthew 15: 21-28; Genesis 45: 1-15) George Wirth, former head of staff of First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta and a mentor of mine during seminary, once shared with me the story behind one of his favorite “pastor sayings.” It was a Friday afternoon, he told me, and he was on th... [read more]
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    Steve Lindsley (Luke 7: 36-50) For the past two weeks, we’ve taken a look at this little story in the 7th chapter of Luke from a couple of different viewpoints – because, as we’ve been fond of saying, there are at least two sides to every story, and oftentimes more. The first week we looked thro... [read more]
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    Steve Lindsley (Luke 7:36-50) It was brought to light last week that there are two sides, or more, to every story. Last week, we heard from Simon the Pharisee, and what happened on the day that Jesus came to have dinner at his house; a strange woman interrupting his lavish meal and setting in mo... [read more]
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    Steve Lindsley (Luke 7: 36-50) As the saying goes, There are two sides to every story. Except when there are more than two. And one of the things that I find so intriguing and captivating about scriptures like the one we’re looking at today is that they beg to be told from more than one perspect... [read more]
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    Steve Lindsley (John 8: 21-33) As long as I live, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to forget the sound of those helicopters. It was the summer of 1989, and I was with a group of Wake Forest students, touring Japan and China. Today was our last day in China. Earlier that day we toured the Great... [read more]
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    Steve Lindsley (Psalm 78: 1-4; Matthew 13: 31-33, 44-52) It is June – the end of June, to be exact, which means that we are wrapping up yet another wedding season. I’ve learned over the years: May and June, September and October – that’s the prime wedding season. Sure, there are a few outliers h... [read more]