Rev. Adam Hamilton's Sermon at Inaugural Prayer Service

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This sermon was very inspiring and well delivered.We need more pastors like Rev.Adam.I am glad I am able to read it over once more.God bless you

joy more than 4 years ago


This is one of the best sermons I have heard in quite some time. It could not have been delivered in a better place and at a better time. It gives us hope that there are people who live the lives that God created us to live. Thank you for this message of hope.

Barbara Kelley more than 4 years ago

Faith in Our Future

I am so pleased that Rev. Hamilton reminds everyone of what Jesus expects of those of us who call ourselves Christian: How do we respond to the needs of the least of these?

Linda Mary Neal more than 4 years ago

Notable Quotes

   "... Every modern institution faces crises in this complex, chaotic century. What differentiates great organizations is whether and how they react, specifically their ability to galvanize a robust, united response to their challenges. Faced with urgent crises, healthy organizations rally together to save the institution they love. Unhealthy organizations play the blame game."

– Chris Lowney, writing in "Is the Catholic Church a Capsizing Ship?" for Religion News Service.

“Religion is a very complex subject, spanning the whole spectrum of human behavior. It can be an ethical, exalted expression, but religion can also be a mind-control technique to subjugate the masses.”

– Religion scholar Robert Forte, commenting in "How San Francisco's Summer of Love Sparked Today's Religious Movements" by Don Lattin for Religion News Service. 

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