Tuesday, October 31, 2006

City Sermons

Any feedback from the October sermon series?

A Vision for the City
A Calling to the City
A Church for the City
A Prayer for the City
A Hope for the City

3 Comments:

Blogger s duggan said...

I have really enjoyed them. They made me feel more thoughtful about what I was doing in the church and in the city. They felt like and made me feel like "vintage Phil" sermons from when he first started preaching at 10th in the evenings. I was challenged with the direct questions he posed by way of application and left with something to think and pray about and do that helped me put the scripture into action in my daily life. I hope that some of that might continue as possible as part of the book expositions he is doing now (not in a forced way but as it lends itself to the material). I think it is really helpful to be challenged not just to grow in my knowledge of scripture but in my rubber meets road application.

9:44 AM  
Anonymous cbrubaker said...

I know that the sermons are all now on CD, but was wondering if these could be packaged onto one CD which would go nicely with the booklet..for people who weren't able to attend or want to do a study with a group, etc, etc.....or is this already being done and I am just behind....?

10:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I visited your church for the Reformation Hymn Festival. I had decided weeks before coming that between the morning and evening services I would go down to the Schuylkill River and walk around (having never done that before). After hearing Dr. Ryken's sermon Sunday morning, especially the story about Dr. Boice, I can confirm that after hearing the proper sermon and squinting just right, you can catch a glimpse of the river flowing from the Throne when you look at the Schuykill. It was a great sermon!

1:53 PM  

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