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Jesus gave us a new commandment: to love one another as He loved us. Fr. Alex talks about what love in the body of Christ looks like, both generally and specifically to Servants.  If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more: Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Jesus is the Good Shepherd and He doesn't call His sheep by name to abandon them in the work He has given them to do. Fr. Alex Farmer elaborates on the imagery and how we can know we've heard the voice of the Shepherd. If you like what you see, we hope you'll learn more about us: Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Jesus revealed Himself to the disciples as they went about their daily lives. Fr. Michael Mayo talks about how Jesus meets us where we are, just as we are. If you like what you see, we'd love for you to learn more about us Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Christ came to give us the ministry of reconciliation. God works to fix broken things. Kathy Ayres, aspiring deacon, gives her first sermon this second Sunday of Easter. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll learn more about us. Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again: the truth of that 3-fold mystery leads us to Baptisms this morning. Fr. Alex Farmer preaches on Cornelius and his family who were first among the Gentiles to believe. If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more about us: Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Fr. Alex Farmer gives us some thoughts on the ways we re-member ourselves to Christ this Good Friday. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us Easter Sunday: Find us on Facebook and everywhere else: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/
The tension of Palm Sunday is the triumphant beginning - the Prince of Peace riding into Jerusalem as a King coming in peace to His people - juxtaposed with seeming defeat as those same people call for His execution. The King that they received isn't the one they wanted; but He is the one they needed. Fr. James Manley discusses all of this and more this Palm Sunday. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll learn more about us. Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ Find us everywhere else: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Christ willingly suffered for us so that we could follow in His footsteps through the power of the Holy Spirit. Fr. Alex Farmer discusses the parable from Luke about the master who sent his son to the vineyards. If you like what you hear, we want to invite you to learn more about us. Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ To find us everywhere else: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
The story of the Prodigal Son is rich and deep. Compassion is at the center of it all. Fr. Michael Mayo talks about the story and the lessons we can learn from it. If you like what you see, we invite you to learn more about us: Find us everywhere - https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican Visit our website - https://www.servantsanglican.org/
If we get too caught up in the program of doing God's work, we may miss Him actually working. Pastor Destin Williams of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church (Gainesville) is our guest preacher and reminds us to be watching for God to work all around us. If you like what you hear, check out these links: For more from Pastor Williams/Mt. Carmel Baptist - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqprwXAQUnvNM_AcoWXZzBg For more about Servants of Christ - https://www.servantsanglican.org/ To find Servants everywhere - https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
The way is narrow - and what does that mean, anyway? Fr. Alex Farmer discusses the narrow way, how effort in the Kingdom is - and is not - essential, and leaves us with the hope of grace. If you like what you hear, we'd love for you to learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Is the account of Jesus's temptation there to provide us a 3-step plan to avoid temptations ourselves? Fr. James Manley has some thoughts to share - thoughts to buoy our hope during this Lenten season. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Why Ash Wednesday? Why Lent? Fr. Alex Farmer talks about this season in the Church calendar that marks the time before Easter. If you like what you've heard, we hope you'll learn more about us. https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Fr. Michael Mayo introduces the season of Lent this Ash Wednesday. If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
1 Corinthians 13 is that famous passage about love that's always read at weddings, and rightly so. But what if everything we did was colored by love as described in 1 Corinthians 13? Fr. Alex Farmer has some thoughts. If you like what you see, we hope you'll learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Jesus came to rescue us so that we could, in turn, join him on mission. Fr. Alex Farmer highlights our call from Jesus. If you like what you see, we hope you'll learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
What vision of the good life do you have? Fr. Michael Mayo discusses how when our vision for the good life is following Christ, we can be content, regardless of circumstances.  If you like what you hear, we'd love for you to learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Bp. Neil Lebhar of the Gulf Atlantic Diocese preaches today on unity as he receives two of our congregants into the Anglican Church in North America. If you like what you've heard, we'd love for you to learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
The Psalms are rich with examples of how to bring our problems to the Lord. Fr. Alex Farmer highlights some of the ways through Psalm 71. If you like what you've seen, we hope you'll learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
The fruit of the Spirit is proof of Christ in our lives - Fr. Bob Ayres elaborates on how that life can be ours and why we should spread it to others. If you like what you've heard, we invite you to learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
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