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Dec 2011 16

Peace on Earth

Posted in Articles, Peace

We all long for a world of complete peace on earth where there is no more war, division, suffering and death; a world in which all people can realize their god given potential, live as free human beings, enjoy fresh air and clean water, assume their full human rights as persons of God and citizens of the […]

Oct 2011 04

Beyond Our Walled Streets

Posted in Sermons, Social Justice

Delivered on the Lord’s Day | July 25, 2010 Luke 10:25-37 It is the nature of democracy to have competing interests among citizens that often create conflict between them. There is tension between have and have not, rich and poor, black and white which thankfully has compelled our country to look squarely at itself, shed […]

Jun 2009 07

If You Want Peace, Work for Justice.

Posted in Sermons, Social Justice

Delivered on Peace with Justice Sunday | June 7, 2009 Psalm 34:1-14 (11-14) Isaiah 58:6-12 (6-9) Matthew 5:9 On this Peace with Justice Sunday, we begin by asking are you pursuing peace and justice? Are you a peaceful and just person?  Are you a willing advocate for peace in our world?  Do you promote peace […]

Jan 2002 10

“Our Common Ground.”

Posted in Democracy, Religion, Sermons, Speeches

Delivered on the Occasion of the Governor of The State of Michigan’s First Annual Interfaith Service January 10, 2002 Isaiah 43:14 “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up. Do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert […]

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