Explore Messages from past services

Feel free to peruse this collection of sermons given by Rev. Rebecca Luter and visiting pastors and preachers at Farmington Presbyterian.  Have a favorite message or want to hear one again?  Missed a Sunday?  Or maybe you simply want to know more about us.  Listen, download, read, and share freely.

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October 28 2018

Will You Throw Off Your Cloak?

Following Jesus on the way leads us to speak out against injustice, to stand up with the oppressed, to take unpopular positions, and to sacrifice not just our comfort zone.

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October 21 2018

Planted by Streams of Water

Where is your tree planted?

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October 10 2018

From Midian to the Mid-South

Rev. Ruth Lovell-Bradham brought the sermon this Sunday.  Audio is available by clicking the “Audio” Link

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September 30 2018

No Better Hands to Be In

Prayer can be as simple as thinking every time you think of a person, “God be with him” or “God be near to her.”

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September 23 2018

Living on God’s Time

What is God’s purpose for your life? The time you have is God’s time. How will you spend it?

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September 16 2018

Seek Ye First

What is the ultimate goal in life? To be happy? Content? To draw near to God? How do we live the good life?

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September 09 2018

It Starts Small

Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?

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September 02 2018

Living Faith

The holy place is where we learn how to love one another, to treat one another without partiality. When people say they are spiritual but not religious, they are missing the point of going to church. We come to church to learn and practice how we live because we have faith. Church is about community. We come here to learn to live as God intended us to live. We come here to be unified as the Body of Christ in the world.

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August 26 2018

Take Your Shoes Off

This is the kind of connection with God’s Word that James is talking about. We have all become deaf to the harshness of the words we speak and the vileness of the anger that we allow in our lives. The song that God planted within us, the spark of God’s image in us, silently languishes in darkness. And as a result, God’s dream for us dies.

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