John Druhan gives this weeks message on the 126th Anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone for All Saints’ Episcopal Church. When we line up our lives with the cornerstone of Jesus then and only then will we be living as God wants us to live. When we line up our church’s ministries with the cornerstone of Jesus then and only then will we be the church that God wants us to be. He is the foundation, He is the focus, He is our Cornerstone!
John Druhan gives this weeks message on the Transfiguration of Jesus.
As we listen to and read today’s scripture, we see the accounts of two men who stood looking into their futures. The first was Jesus. He was standing on a mountain talking with two men from the past – Moses and Elijah. Even so, Jesus was not seeing the past but the future near at hand. He saw the road to Jerusalem and the fulfillment of God’s plan for our salvation.
The second man seeing his own future was Peter. In our second reading today Peter was in Rome, and there he saw his own death by crucifixion was at hand. But before he died, he wanted to remind all believers of the truth of Jesus Christ. Peter knew that his time on earth was limited as he wrote his second letter.
John Druhan gives this weeks message on Good Shepherd Sunday.
The Bible is filled with the stories of God calling people, how they answered, and what God’s purpose was for them.
John F. Druhan gives this weeks message and today we celebrate the Baptism of our Lord.
In this passage we read today, what we find are the seven things that God says you must do if you want God’s blessing on your life, if you want God’s blessing on your family, if you want God’s blessing on your church.
In part 2 on our series on forgiveness we are going to explore how we receive the ultimate forgiveness, that from God. It’s called Grace. Message delivered by John Druhan on September 21st, 2014 at All Saints’ Church Reisterstown, MD. The song “Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone)” is by Chris Tomlin and is sung and performed by Reid Conley.
Message on “Forgiveness”, Part 1 of 2. Delivered by John F. Druhan. The song “Your Love is Strong” by Jon Foreman is performed by Reid Conley.