Being a Light to the Community

As has been my tradition, every sermon that I preach will be posted here. This sermon, Being a Light to the Community, was given at our Installation service at Devonport Salvation Army on Sunday 12 January, 2014. The Bible reading was Matthew 5:13-16.

I don’t know what you’re thinking about me right at the moment, but one thing that I can tell you is that I’m a bit of an odd person, and I like odd things. My wife won’t disagree here. I like Star Trek and Lord of the Rings, and I play musical instruments with strings, not brass. Before I went to the Training College, I spent 18 months in the Media and Communications department at the Uniting Church Synod office, where I did, amongst other things, a lot of looking at and editing photos. One thing that I learned to appreciate was the different types of light. Continue reading “Being a Light to the Community”