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Sermon Series

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

Sunday, May 19 - In All We Say and Do

Erin Padgett

If we are to glorify God in all things we need the Gifts and Fruit of the Spirit. It becomes what gets us up in the morning, what the French call Raison d’etre or like the cover of this magazine, what the Japanese call Ikigai. My prayer for you is to discover your calling so that what you love, are good at, can support yourself with, and what the world needs can all come together in the joy of your life.

1 Peter 4:11
Dr. John M. Stephenson

Sunday, May 12 - Hearers & Doers

Erin Padgett

Today is Mother’s Day, and we’re going to start the morning with a little wisdom from our mothers. Like the wise man and the foolish man in the Matthew story, we all seek both knowledge and wisdom throughout our lives. But which is more important? What’s the difference between knowledge and wisdom? What does scripture say about them? We’ll be asking these questions and more as we explore our spiritual journey through knowledge and wisdom in worship.

Rev. Jeremy Herrington
Matthew 7:24-27

Sunday, May 5 - The Priesthood of All Believers

Erin Padgett

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Also called Discipleship, the movement from a receiver of the services the Church offers to a provider of those services is often the journey toward depth in the Christian faith as we take on the heart of a servant and the Mind of Christ. If we believe in Jesus we follow Jesus into addressing human need. We move from I can take care of my problems (resiliency by faith) to belonging (I am willing to belong to the Body of Christ), to “touching” human need (ministry, mission, compassion, and service). My prayer for you today is to be called forward in that journey to Glorify God with your life.

Dr. John M. Stephenson
1 Peter 2:9

Sunday, April 28 - Now Then

Erin Padgett

The last half of the last verse in the Gospel of Matthew is “lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world”. It just said “go”, then “baptize”, then “teach”. Then it ends with “I will be with you”. Get out there, clean ‘em up and teach them, and I will be with you. What a way to end a book. Now then, Easter is past and “normal” time happens. What does it mean that Jesus is with us?

Dr. John M. Stephenson
Matthew 28:20b