2014-2015 Chapel Sermons


2014-2015 Chapel Sermons


Sermons delivered in Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary's Shelton chapel during the 2014-2015 academic year.

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Beside Ourselves
Paul Hooker preaches on the stark choice Jesus offers with in this chapel sermon.

Children of God
Cautioning us to avoid thinking ourselves exceptional, Bill Greenway preaches on the human he capacity for sin, confession as a remedy for complicity, and the world's need for the Gospel. The Scripture reading was 1 John 4:7-21.

No Strangers in the Flock
Jack Barden asks us to remember that the shepherd tends the flock, and we are merely sheep. The Scripture reading was John 10:11-18.

Mind the Gap
Paul Hooker preaches on living in the "already, but not yet."

Doubters Too
Guest preacher John Wurster asks what it says about God that the doubters are acknowledge and included? The Scripture reading was Matthew 28:16-20.

David Jensen considers the story of "Doubting Thomas" as "love that dares not hope" in this chapel sermon. The Scripture reading was John 20:19-30.

Coming Up Empty Handed
Guest preacher Patricia Snyder recounts stories that illustrate the presence of God when we feel most empty. The Scripture readings were Acts 2:14a,22-23 and Luke 24:13-48.

Maundy Thursday
Paul Hooker reflects on the Servanthood of Jesus Christ as a practice of radically-inclusive hospitality.

Silence of the Stones
Blair Monie reflects on silence. The Scripture readings were Psalm 46 and Luke 19:28-40. Note: The date in the video is incorrect.

Rediscovering Who We Are
Rhashell Hunter asks us to remember who we are in the context of our relationship to God. The Scripture readings were Exodus 3:1-15 and 1 Corinthians 2:1-5.
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