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Hen and Chicks 02-28-2021

“Hen and Chicks,” the 2/28/2021 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant, based on Luke 13:1–9 and 31–35 and is part of the “A Narrative Journey” series that follows the Narrative Lectionary through the end of May 2021. Today is Scout Sunday, and Scout Troop #60 leads us in worship. Podcast includes entire worship service.

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Hen and Chicks

Scout Sunday 2021. Worship led by Scout Troop #60. Luke 13:1–9, 31–35 Some days, preaching is just fun! Last week was one of those days. I got to preach on a couple of passages that are favorites: the Good Samaritan and Mary and Martha. I got to let my inner sci-fi geek out: with a […]

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The Inexplicable Story of the Student Named James 02-21-2021

“The Inexplicable Story of the Student Named James,” the 2/21/2021 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant, based on Luke 10:25–42 and part of the “A Narrative Journey” series that follows the Narrative Lectionary through the end of May 2021. It’s also the first Sunday of Lent. Podcast includes entire worship service.

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Listen 02-14-2021

“Listen,” the 2/14/2021 sermon by Pastor Cristina Adams, whom we welcome to the pulpit as both our new Associate Pastor for Children, Youth & Families and as our preacher in observance of Baptist Women in Ministry Month of Preaching (formerly called Martha Stearns Marshall Sunday). Podcast includes entire worship service.

The Holy Listening Practices for Lent pdf, written by Pastor Cristina and referenced in her sermon, may be found at https://firstbaptistlawrence.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Listening-Practices-for-Lent.pdf

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Listen

We welcome Pastor Cristina Adams to the pulpit as both our new Associate Pastor for Children, Youth & Families and as our preacher in observance of Baptist Women in Ministry Month of Preaching (formerly called Martha Stearns Marshall Sunday). Luke 9:28-45 Listen: An Invitation for Lent Last Sunday we left Jesus and his disciples after […]

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Building a Fire 02-07-2021

“Building a Fire,” the 2/7/2021 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant, based on Luke 7:1–17 and part of the “A Narrative Journey” series that follows the Narrative Lectionary from September through the end of May 2021. Podcast includes entire worship service.

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Building a Fire

I.  Our story begins long ago, with a prophet of Yahweh. This prophet, by the name of Elijah, found himself attacked and hunted by the King and Queen for challenging their authority. On the run from them, hungry and desperate, he wandered far from home until he left the borders of his own people, and […]

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Last Four In 01-31-2021

“Last Four In,” the 1/31/2021 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant and part of the “A Narrative Journey” series that follows the Narrative Lectionary from September through the end of May 2021. Podcast includes *almost* the entire worship service (see note below).

NOTE: We had some audio issues this week. This podcast begins 8 min 10 seconds into the service, in the middle of a congregational hymn.  Also, you may want to skip through the section in the middle from 17:39–21:13 where the audio got stuck. We apologize for the difficulties.

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Last Four In

Luke 6.1–16 March Madness is almost here! Of course, no one know for sure what the NCAA tournament will look like this year, but that doesn’t keep folks from guessing. We found ourselves firmly in the grasp of “Bracketology Season,” the time of year where basketball prognosticators like Joe Lunardi try and figure out who […]

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