Category Archives: Sermons

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

Was It Worth It? Is It Worth It?

January 25, 2015 at Palo Alto Church of Christ

Did you ever have a moment in your life where you wondered “Is it really worth it?”

I’m sure you have seen the mob crowds lined up for hours on the evening before Black Friday.  We have seen them wait in the cold, rain and even snow while waiting to be in the first 500 or so people to gain entry into the store.

Would you wait overnight in the rain to get the first Christmas presents from a collection of the most popular toys and gadgets?  Would that wait be worth it? Continue reading Was It Worth It? Is It Worth It?

It’s Not Easy

(Spoken at the Palo Alto Church of Christ on November 30, 2104)

Audience participation time! Everyone raise a hand. If you can’t raise your hand, raise a finger or just nod.

I will be looking for YES answers, or no answer at all.

How many of you have had a difficult time in your life?

How many have had to do a difficult task?

How many have had a difficult task and were tempted to find an easy way around it? Continue reading It’s Not Easy

Women in the Church

I may have an opportunity to attend my 45th high school reunion. In looking over the Facebook pictures I realize everyone has dramatically changed from the old school days. I look in the mirror and see just a little more gray hair and a couple of extra pounds of weight, but not much difference in my looks.

Hopefully I can recognize all my old friends, at least the ones that posted pictures to their Facebook accounts. Continue reading Women in the Church