How residents of a retirement community might “do business,” live with the others around them, and use their spare time.
Sermons and Presentations
Ideas for preaching and presenting about member mission.
Taking Up Your Cross Leads to Abundant Life By Elizabeth S. Hall
A lay person preaches on living your daily missions and finding life.
When is Sunday? By The Rev. Armand E. Larive
“Sunday is given to me as a day to remember that God’s grace and the Son’s resurrection goes ahead of me that this divine work proceeds and supports my work when I work well.”
Stewardship–Why Bother? By The Rev. A. Wayne Schwab
Stewardship makes us question.
Mission of ‘Doing God’s Will’, The By The Rev. James L. Gill
The difference between congregational missions and member missions; we have seven daily mission fields; and the four marks of a mission.
Transfiguration Sunday By The Rev. Mark Norris
Moments of transfiguration seen in today’s world as moments when we or others make some part of life more loving or more just. These are evangelizing moments and they connect easily with Ignatian spirituality.
Two Sermons with Member Mission Homework By The Rev. James L. Gill
A two-part sermon: Part One today you help me by sharing some of your experiences; Part Two is to highlight our Monday to Monday Ministries as individuals.
Not Members, but Missionaries By The Rev. Michelle Puzin Mooney
“Friends in Christ, I believe that I stand on firm ground when I say that ‘to be an Episcopalian is to be a missionary, not a member of a particular denomination of the Church of God.'”
Member Missions – the Next Step in Mission By The Rev. A. Wayne Schwab
“So St. Anthony on the Desert, maybe it is time to take the next step in mission . . . to say we are here to help our members live better wherever they are Monday to Saturday . . . to make this the rule of life for St. Anthony on the Desert.”
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