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Blessing for IBC Breakfast December 16, 2017

Interboro BucksAgain, we share our love through the gift of Interboro BUCS to bless a few families with breakfast this morning.

We celebrate miracles this month.

Our Jewish friends are celebrating the miracle of a single day’s supply of lamp oil used in the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem lasting eight days.

We celebrate the miraculous birth of Jesus.

This season is much more than trees, lights and gifts.  This season is the miracle of God’s Love made manifest.

Let us pray.

Father in heaven, we thank you for all you provide for us: for this safe and warm place to gather; for friendships, both new and old; for your miracles and healing among us; for life itself; for Love.

Father, we ask you for healing miracles among our classmates and their families who need them.

Please bless all of us here as we break bread and share our love with each other. Grant travel mercies to all those who will be traveling this month. Also bless those who were not able to be here with us today.

Please bless the food were are about to share. Bless those who prepare and serve it to us.

We ask all of these things in the name of your Son, Jesus.

And those here say – AMEN!

The Hairs On Your Head

This sermon was suggested by my good friend Kendra a couple of years ago. I promised her I would deliver the sermon.

The following invite was sent out:

You are cordially invited to a Hairy Sermon on the Wednesday (November 29, 2017) evening at the Midweek Service at the Highway Palo Alto Community in Christ campus. Food is served at 6:30 followed by the sermon and prayer.

This long-overdue, 2-years in the making sermon surpasses Samson’s troubles. Even the hair-raising between Jacob and Esau pales by comparison! Furthermore, this sermon features a cast of hundreds of millions.

Join me if you can. If you can’t, I will be posting the sermon sometime this weekend on the Worship Jam web site. Email me and I will send you the link.

God bless,

Fred

(I made angel hair pasta with a butter, garlic and herb sauce to go with the sermon.)

Here is the sermon: Continue reading The Hairs On Your Head