Weekly Recap: August 29-September 3

Good morning from Beverly Hills, Florida

The past two weeks, I’ve had a relaxing break from the Pulpit.  It was enjoyable to hear fine lessons by Dave Schmidt at Southside in Ft. Meyers and Tommy Hagewood at Beverly Shores in Leesburg.

However, our schedule is full for the next two months.  I will be back preaching at the local congregation where we worship at the West Citrus Church tomorrow.  The next 8 weeks finds us with preaching appointments in Marion, Indiana, Cosby, Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee, and Brooksville, Florida, as well as the West Citrus Church.  We’d love to see any of our readers if you are in those areas.  Check schedule tap for dates and places.

In case you might have missed the last few posts, here is a summary with quick links to get you caught up with this week’s ThePreachersWord.

BTW, if you missed Tuesday’s post Confusing Military Action with God’s Mission or Thursday’s post Three Lessons from a Man Raised by Homosexual Parents, I especially encourage you to read those and share them with your friends.  Thanks!

Have a great day.  And a wonderful weekend.

God bless,


Sunday Seed Thoughts:  Faith-Strong



Word of the Week: Wisdom




Confusing Military Action With God’s Mission




A Passage To Ponder:  1 Corinthians 6:9-11




Three Lessons Learned from a Man Raised by Homosexual Parents



Friday’s List To Live By #54




Bonus Post

Today’s bonus post, was from 3 years ago when we were in Rome.  It evokes some wonderful memories and lessons from meeting with the brethren in Italy.  If you haven’t seen this post, Worshiping in Rome, I think you will enjoy it




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