Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Danger of Drifting

This week my hubby had a chance to preach at our church.  While he's been a pastor for a number of years, he's not had the opportunity to preach the sermon too often since we have quite a number of pastors and hubby is usually either leading worship or doing sound.  But this week he was up.  And boy was he good, if I do say so myself.  His parents came and his mother was speechless - "That was my son???"  LOL  The message is just 30 minutes long but filled with glorious truth.  Please listen if you have the chance!  I promise you'll be blessed.

Danger of Drifting

6 comments:

Prairie Farmstead Ponderings said...

Bob was absolutely wonderful, Ann! I think he will be fabulous in the new church ~ I'd certainly be one who'd follow.

My favorite part is when he said our forgiveness from and acceptance from God are based upon the Gospel of God, not by works. Powerful!

By the way ~ I always have NBC's message page up in my browser. I look forward to listening each week. It's been my 'source' for quite some time now. Thank you so much for uploading the messages each week!

Mamame said...

That's wonderful J! I'm glad you listened and were blessed as we were. That's cool that you're following along with the message each week. We're going to have some great speakers in May since we have our missions conference May 16-23. On the 16th we'll have our missionary pastor to Spain speaking and then on the 23rd we'll have John Whittemore who works in the Middle East and taught us shortly after 9-11 about Muslims. He was fantastic. :) I'm looking forward to it!

Melinda said...

I found your blog today from Menu Plan Monday and really enjoyed this message. It is so easy to drift these days and not even realize it. Thanks for posting this. I plan to post it on my blog as well.

Mamame said...

Melinda - I'm glad you enjoyed it!! I thought it was an awesome message.

Thursday's Child said...

I'll try to listen to it over the weekend, though it may not happen until next week. But I have to say...JUST 30 minutes? Yikes! No Lutheran ever says "just" and "30 minutes" in the same sentence. ;)

Mamame said...

LOL TC! Our messages tend to be about 45 minutes long but Bob trims them down to cut out dead space and coughs and stuff so online, they're closer to 35/38 minutes. Bob's was chock full and he cut down only 3 minutes I think! But even so, we let out of church a full 15 minutes early the day he preached. :)