122 Building for Tomorrow - Making the Good Life Real

122 Building for Tomorrow - Making the Good Life Real

Anchored in Christ

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If you build a house on sand - or on wetlands - it's likely going to fall at some point. It just can't stand forever on ground that isn't firm. However, if you build a house on solid rock, you can withstand the waves and the wind. On what are you building the house of your life? Will it withstand the tests of time? Find out more in this sermon from the series, "Making the GOOD Life Real" based on the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7. Preached by Rev. Dr. Sara Singleton. Today's bulletin, with hymn lyrics, is here: files.constantcontact.com/e606d89e401/1ef19da4-b3e3-41e3-8b69-4fde8388dc86.pdf Please consider donating to Old South Presbyterian Church and our ministries here: https://www.oldsouthnbpt.org/giving​​... We would like to get to know you! Please connect with Old South here: https://www.oldsouthnbpt.org/contact-... Leading worship: Rev. Dr. Sara Singleton, Pastor, Vocalist Kara Kniker, Liturgist Yerim Kang, Pianist Deborah Owen, Violinist, Vocalist Christian Owen, Guitarist, Vocalist, Composer Old South Choir Find out more about Old South: https://www.oldsouthnbpt.org/​​​​​​​​​​​ This is from the podcast, Anchored in Christ, coming to you from Old South Presbyterian Church in Newburyport, MA. ​​​​​​​​​​​ Rev. Dr. Sara Singleton has been the pastor at Old South Presbyterian Church for four and a half years, since January of 2017. This is her final service as an installed pastor before going into retirement. With hearts full of gratitude, we honor your ministry among us and pray for you wherever God calls you in your "retirement." We will miss you! Old South was founded in 1756 as a home base for itinerant power preacher, George Whitefield (who preached to as many as 25,000 people on Boston Common). But it's not a museum; it's a living church with vibrant membership, as you'll discover when you listen to these sermons. If you are ever near Newburyport, Mass. on a Sunday morning, please join us for worship. Come as you are; all are welcome!
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If you build a house on sand - or on wetlands - it's likely going to fall at some point. It just can't stand forever on ground that isn't firm. However, if you build a house on solid rock, you can withstand the waves and the wind. On what are you building the house of your life? Will it withstand the tests of time? Find out more in this sermon from the series, "Making the GOOD Life Real" based on the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7. Preached by Rev. Dr. Sara Singleton. Today's bulletin, with hymn lyrics, is here: files.constantcontact.com/e606d89e401/1ef19da4-b3e3-41e3-8b69-4fde8388dc86.pdf Please consider donating to Old South Presbyterian Church and our ministries here: https://www.oldsouthnbpt.org/giving​​... We would like to get to know you! Please connect with Old South here: https://www.oldsouthnbpt.org/contact-... Leading worship: Rev. Dr. Sara Singleton, Pastor, Vocalist Kara Kniker, Liturgist Yerim Kang, Pianist Deborah Owen, Violinist, Vocalist Christian Owen, Guitarist, Vocalist, Composer Old South Choir Find out more about Old South: https://www.oldsouthnbpt.org/​​​​​​​​​​​ This is from the podcast, Anchored in Christ, coming to you from Old South Presbyterian Church in Newburyport, MA. ​​​​​​​​​​​ Rev. Dr. Sara Singleton has been the pastor at Old South Presbyterian Church for four and a half years, since January of 2017. This is her final service as an installed pastor before going into retirement. With hearts full of gratitude, we honor your ministry among us and pray for you wherever God calls you in your "retirement." We will miss you! Old South was founded in 1756 as a home base for itinerant power preacher, George Whitefield (who preached to as many as 25,000 people on Boston Common). But it's not a museum; it's a living church with vibrant membership, as you'll discover when you listen to these sermons. If you are ever near Newburyport, Mass. on a Sunday morning, please join us for worship. Come as you are; all are welcome!
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