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Sermon Series

Anona UMC offers sermon videos and audio of our weekly Sunday services.

Sunday, August 18 - Back to School

Erin Padgett

It is back to school time: the books are in hand, the lunches are packed, the pencils are ready! As our church and community’s students head back to school, this week we discover it’s time for us to go back to school as well.

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Matthew 18:1-5
Sermon by: Rev. Richard Landon

Sunday, August 11 - Transcience

Erin Padgett

One of John Hires (and Richard Landon’s) favorite scriptures is Isaiah 40:8, “The grass withers, the flower fades; but the word of the Lord endures forever”. What is temporary and what is permanent? Should that shape how we see things and make priorities? Again, the disillusionment may be helpful. We may be trying to wash Styrofoam in the dishwasher. We may be trying to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear (gross, but a great analogy). All that glitters is not gold and all that attracts our attention doesn’t deserve it. My prayer for you on this Sunday is to “Turn your eyes upon Jesus”.

Psalm 39:4-7
Sermon by Rev. Jack Stephenson

Sunday, August 4 - Premeditatio Malorum

Erin Padgett

Premeditatio Malorum or “What’s the Worst That Could Happen”? Greek philosophy blended with the Christian faith early. We see that blend and wonder even in the formation of our current scripture. However, on the above question, scripture and philosophy differ. Stoics in particular were taught to meditate on the worst that could happen. The Scripture on the other hand reassures us of God’s watch, care, and providence over us that is past our understanding. We can trust in God’s care for us in all circumstance. My prayer for you on this Sunday is to “Trust in the Lord with all your Heart and Lean Not on your own understanding”.

Psalm 91:1-16
Sermon by: Dr. John M. Stephenson