Sermons by Graham Dorman

Pentecost 5 5th July 2020

Gen 24: 34-38, 42-49, 58-67 Psalm 45: 10-17 Romans 7: 14-25 Matthew 11: 15-19, 25-30 How often do we make rods for our own backs? How often do we over-complicate things for ourselves by not actively listening to and appreciating what another is saying? At times we have our own agendas, and do not hear […]

Easter Four – Good Shepherd Sunday

A writer by the name of Dean Yeong tells the story of an old Cherokee Indian being asked by his grandson about the conflict and discord in the world. The elder reflected for a moment and then replied, “My child, there are two dogs battling within my heart. One is full of anger, hatred, and […]