Presbyterianism from a Non-Presbyterian Perspective Mark Hernandez-Mullins July 14, 2020 Some of you may know that I am an avid listener to podcasts. Every minute I am doing something by myself that is idle—like driving, or folding laundry, or carrying stuff from my car to my office, or even grocery shopping—I have one of my […]
Entertaining Angels 1 Kings 4:8-17; Hebrews 13:1-3 Mark Hernandez-Mullins Southminster Presbyterian Church, February 23, 2020 Nearly 25 years ago, in the summer of 1995, I started as the pastor of the San Leandro Church of Christ in the East Bay of California. I was 29 years old, and my predecessor, Mel, had retired after serving […]
Possibilities from a New Humanity Matthew 24:36-44 Mark Hernandez-Mullins Southminster Presbyterian Church, December 15, 2019 In Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol, a mean-spirited capitalist named Ebenezer Scrooge has a series of visions. The first was the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley, dead for 7 years, who drags a bunch of chains […]
This is my charge to everyone here:
We have to be better.
We have to love more, hate less.
We’ve gotta listen more and talk less.
We’ve gotta know that this is everybody’s responsibility.
March 26, 2017 Sermon preached by Mark Hernandez-Mullins.