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Because our service was an instructed Eucharist, Fr. Michael Mayo brings us a meditation on a portion of Matthew 24. Jesus's return is put off or deterred by the evil and ugliness of this world. We can hope in Jesus while we watch and wait for Him to come back. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn …
 
Christ the King Sunday is a relatively new feast day, just barely 100 years old. Fr. James Manley discusses how the feast came to be, and why it's important we understand Christ's kingship. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsa…
 
No one knows the Day of the Lord, but He will return and it's important that we believe He will come again. Mother Susan Rhodes invites us to think about what we should - and shouldn't - do while we wait. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https:/…
 
Bp. Alex Farmer joins us as we welcome several new members in to the ark of Christ's Church. He preaches on Paul's letter to the Ephesians, where Paul begins his passage with worship, continues with prayer, and then returns back to Jesus, the Source and center of it all. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the a…
 
Zacchaeus was a wee little man...and was it really his persistence to see Jesus that paid off? Or was it something - or Someone - else? Fr. James Manley walks us through Zacchaeus's story to show us Who it's really all about. Spoiler alert: it's Jesus. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more abo…
 
Jesus liked to tell stories with surprise endings and the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector is no exception. Fr. James Manley helps us understand how we can see ourselves in this parable. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www…
 
Pray, persist, prevail, and praise God for His presence: these are the points Fr. Bob Ayres makes this morning using the parable of the unjust judge from Luke's gospel. Persistence often looks like love; justice often looks like forgiveness - Fr. Bob explains how. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Le…
 
Jesus challenges us with His plan for the Kingdom. He challenges our culture, our expectations, and our comforts. Fr. Michael Mayo walks us through the story of the 10 lepers in Luke, giving insight into these challenges. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servan…
 
Guarding the Gospel is something we're called to, but not something that it's our responsibility to make acceptable to the culture. If we're faithful to the apostolic teaching we've been given, the Holy Spirit in us will use us to defend the Gospel from the slippery slope that culture provides to apostacy. Fr. James Manley gives us some practical w…
 
The readings this morning are a tough bunch. Talking about money is never easy, but it's so vital that we set our hearts on the things that matter. As Fr. Michael Mayo tells us: Jesus isn't after a line item in our budgets. He's after our hearts. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: …
 
Fr. Loren Fox is our guest preacher. He encourages us to pray for our leaders, know God’s desire for humanity, and affirm our calling to invite everyone into God’s family. If you like what you hear, we hope you’ll join us in person if you’re in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/ Want …
 
The theme running through the readings today, and really the entire Bible, is mercy. Mother Susan Rhodes walks us through how prayer and mercy go hand in hand. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're able. Learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican Want more from Servants?…
 
Need advice on how to resolve a conflict? Fr. James Manley recommends Philemon. Today he gives us some ways to make sure we're maintaining our integrity by keeping short accounts. If you like what you hear, we'd love to see you in person if you're nearby. You can learn more about us at the following links: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https:/…
 
Pride comes up more than once in the readings this month. Fr. James Manley tackles the topic and gives us some wisdom on how to cultivate humility. If you like what you hear, you can learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
 
In his last sermon as rector of Servants, Fr. Alex Farmer recaps the last 20 years of his ministry and gives encouragement about moving forward. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
 
Jesus came not to bring peace, but division. At least that's what a verse taken out of context would have you believe. Fr. Bob Ayres invites us to consider the tone of Jesus's words and offers some help in preparing for whatever storms may come. If you like what you see, we invite you to learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https…
 
Do you ever feel like God is far off or not to be trusted? You're not alone. Fr. Michael Mayo talks about how the writer of Hebrews encouraged Christians who were ready to give up - and hopefully offer us some hope for ourselves. If you like what you see, we invite you to get to know us better: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servant…
 
Paul invites us to "put on" and "put off" different types of behaviors. Fr. Alex Farmer talks about why it's not an invitation to just doing better, but how it's a response to the work of Christ in our hearts. If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/…
 
"The Lord's Prayer" is probably the most famous piece of Christian liturgy. In each of our Sunday and Daily Office liturgies, the prayer is said once a service. Fr. James Manley breaks down the parts of this God-given prayer to help us understand what we're saying each time we pray it. If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more about us…
 
What is it like to have the Lord call your name? Mother Susan Rhodes uses the example of Martha to help us understand how we might listen for our names to be called. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll take a second to learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/…
 
The confidence that Paul felt as he prayed for the Colossians came from the work Jesus had already accomplished in Paul's life. Fr. Alex Farmer discusses how we rely on the Lord to accomplish His work in us. If you like what you hear, we want to invite you to learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican…
 
We can't work by ourselves and we can't take care of ourselves - God is the one who provides all. Fr. James Manley walks us through Luke 10:1-20, explaining how Jesus sends us to do the work He has given us to do. If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more about us: Our website - https://www.servantsanglican.org/ Find us everywhere - ht…
 
The Lord chooses to call us when He chooses. Mother Susan Rhodes helps us understand how we can be ready. 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
 
On this Juneteeth, we reflect on how we can best reflect Christ while standing up for justice. Fr. Bob Ayres offers some insights from his personal experience and the Scriptures. 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…
 
The Trinity is always a tricky theological subject to tackle, but Fr. Michael Mayo explains that each person of the Trinity is taking a role in our salvation. If you like what you hear, we'd love for you to learn more: Find us everywhere - https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
 
The gift of the Holy Spirit is what fuels the life of the believer. Fr. Alex Farmer discusses how this pivotal moment in the Church is vital still today. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll learn more about us: Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican Our website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/…
 
"Amen. Come Lord Jesus!" is the closing thought to the book of Revelation. On this Sunday after the Ascension, we look to Christ's second coming as we remember his ascension to the right hand of God. Our hope and comfort is in Jesus who sent His Spirit to be with us as we experience trials and tribulations. If you like what you hear, we invite you …
 
Fear consumes us. Even when our basic needs are met, we still have fear. Fr. James Manley brings us back to the central truth of our faith: Christ has defeated our greatest fear.If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more about us:Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglicanOur website: https://www.servantsanglican.org/…
 
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/servantsanglicanOur website: http…
 
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 usOur 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 w…
 
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/servantsanglicanOur 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…
 
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…
 
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/servantsanglicanVisit 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://…
 
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/
 
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/servantsanglicanhttps://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/servantsanglicanhttps://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
 
As we begin the new year, Fr. Alex Farmer encourages us to examine those places in our lives where we could be more attentive to the voice of the Lord through practices designed to help us hear Him.If you like what you see, we hope you'll learn more about us:https://linktr.ee/servantsanglicanhttps://www.servantsanglican.org/…
 
Ever feel like you're living a subnormal Christian life? Bp. Martyn Minns, our visiting preacher, discusses life in the Holy Spirit and the fullness of life in Christ - the life we can all have if we just ask.If you like what you've heard, we'd love for you to learn more:https://www.servantsanglican.org/https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican…
 
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