Friday, August 15

Sermon

Some of you know that I preached a sermon at North River church. Some of you probably didn't know that. In any case, I'm finally getting around to posting something about it.

My sermon was recorded, and I had hoped to get a copy of it to share so that you could hear me preach the sermon rather than read it. Unfortunately, the sermon is slightly stuck on the computer it was recorded to. The computer won't recognize flash drives and won't burn things to a CD. For now, I have given up trying to get an audio copy.

The alternative: post my sermon notes online. If you really care to read my sermon, you may do so here. I will warn you of two things:
1) It is long (this should be a given by now)
2) It is unedited

It's probably better this way; I don't think that public speaking is one of my spiritual gifts.

6 comments:

Christy said...

1. when did you preach?
2. how'd it go?

ps. i like the new blog look

Brian said...

Amazing page! Where did you get that background? Hope your trip over to Tchad goes well, I've been surprised how much has to be done in such a short time. God bless.

Amber Hill said...

I think your sermon was interesting. :) Too bad I couldn't hear it.

Miss you!

Kristin said...

Christy: I preached the weekend after I got back from camp. And it went well :) I think.

Brian: It's a preset template in blogger. The only thing I added was the moss heart picture.

Amber: Thanks :) Miss you too!

Edward said...

Interesting sermon Kristin, and your sermon notes are certainly nice and detailed. Mine are usually unintelligible to anyone but myself and sometimes even me.

It would have been nice to hear how you delivered it, but I suppose this is the next best thing.

Kristin said...

Edward: They're very detailed for a reason... If I don't write out exactly what I want to say, I am in great danger of making a fool of myself. Who knows what will come out of my mouth.

But if I had more time to practice, I would have used abbreviated note cards. I just wasn't as prepared as I should have been.