Monthly Archives: September 2014

“Work Unfinished”; Jim Gertmenian’s Sept. 21 sermon

Jim Gertmenian begins with a brief tribute to his father, Con, who passed away Sept. 19. Then he speaks of a yearned-for time of peace and hopefulness that we at Plymouth are working toward as we recognize our legacy toward … Continue reading

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“Burning Coals? Really??” Jim Gertmenian’s sermon from Sept. 14

In calling Christians to high–impossible–standards, Paul himself has a lapse, wanting enemies to receive good while feel burning coals. Yet these standards call us to spiritual striving is healthy for the soul, preached Jim Gertmenian on Sept. 14. Listen now! James Gertmenian, … Continue reading

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“A Problem with Pronouns”: Jim Gertmenian’s sermon, Sept. 7, 2014

In the presence of God, the differences between people and among peoples become insignificant….that “we-ness” becomes one of the greatest gifts of God….”thin,” divisive religions base a false community on judgments…. Our job at Plymouth and churches like ours is to … Continue reading

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