BREAKING As noted in my last post, I have no idea why there are two media players showing, at least in some browsers, so if the first one you try doesn’t work try again, or even again. Sorry for this, I’ll have to check with my blog consultant and try to get this fixed.
Until such time as I get this fixed, if you click here, you will be taken to a page where you can download any sermons from the past while and listen to them that way. Sorry.
UPDATE I may have got this fixed. Please let me know via the comments if there is still a problem.
I have been resisting the temptation to title these posts using the sermon title but for this week (okay last week as I type) I am going to go with the title, I just can’t improve on it. There is a very strong sub-theme in our culture that tends to say that what we do doesn’t matter. There are many reasons why what we do doesn’t matter: I’m too small, I’m too big (to fail (heh)), no one will notice, everyone is doing it, on and on ad infinitum. The point I am trying to make in these two sermons, or one sermon delivered twice*, is that what we do does matter! It matters to us, to others and to God; what more do we need to know.
Knox Presbyterian Does what we do matter?
St. Mark’s Presbyterian Does what we do matter?
*or worst of all, one sermon delivered in two pieces.