Recently a person unknown to me posted his “resistance” oriented event on the Facebook wall of my church. It wasn’t clear what the event entailed and it seemed that it might cross the line into partisan territory. The poster’s profile … Continue reading Why your church (and pastor) can’t be partisan.
Note: this is the second in a three part sermon series on “Prayerful Citizenship”. To read the first sermon, please click here: https://emilycheath.com/2016/10/02/when-all-is-not-well-where-you-live-sermon-for-october-2-2016/ In 1630, John Winthrop stood aboard the ship Arbella and addressed the people of the ships that would … Continue reading The People of the City on a Hill: Sermon for October 9, 2016
The following was originally preached as a sermon at the Congregational Church in Exeter on July 3, 2016. I’ve talked before about how much I love genealogy. I also really love American history, and for me researching my family tree … Continue reading Marching Orders: Where Citizenship Meets Discipleship