Sermons by Mark Hernandez-Mullins

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Reconciliation That Hits Home

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“Reconciliation That Hits Home” January 10, 2021 By Mark Mullins, January 10, 2021 Well, Don picked a good theme when he chose “reconciliation” for this month, huh? This week’s events were a climax in social trends that have been building for decades, and I don’t think we’ve seen the end of this kind of violence, […]

Peeling Back the Layers of Reconciliation

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Peeling Back the Layers of Reconciliation Mark Mullins Southminster, January 3, 2021     Don mentioned that January’s theme would be Reconciliation when he asked me if I would preach for these two Sundays—back in November. At the time I said “Sure, I’ll lead worship,” and didn’t think much about the theme. It sounded fairly […]

Presbyterianism from a Non-Presbyterian Perspective

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

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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

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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 […]