Sermons tagged with ‘Mother’s Day’

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Honoring Parents


Have you ever wondered what it truly means to honor the incredible women who shape out lives? In this message as we delve into Exodus 20:12, where we uncover the timeless wisdom behind the commandment, “Honor your father and mother.” With Mother’s Day, we’ll explore how the value of love, respect, and kindness help us embody this commandment daily. Whether you’re a mother, child, friend, or family member, let’s reflect on the remarkable influence of mothers in shaping our faith journeys. we’ll be sharing inspiring stories, offering prayers of gratitude. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to cherish, uplift, and honor the incredible women who make our world a brighter place.

Mother’s Day: The Toughest Job You’ll Ever Love


Join us this Mother’s Day as we will explore the story of a mother in the Bible who had to let her son go. In this story, we see that loving mothers protect their children and are willing to make sacrifices for their well-being. Don’t miss this opportunity to honor the incredible women in our lives and learn from their example.

A Mother’s Day Bouquet


It is challenging to be a good mother. Especially when difficult circumstances arise and unexpected problems happen. Many of you could tell stories of mothers who sacrificed a lot for your well-being. They listened to you. They modeled compassion by serving you when needed, even though it might’ve been challenging at times. This message will give thanks for mothers and children who deeply love each other, like Naomi and Ruth.

Family: Mothers Aren’t Perfect


The National Restaurant Association reports that Mother’s Day is the biggest day of the year for restaurants. Mother’s Day is the Super Bowl for florists. Why do we need to celebrate moms? Partly because being a mom is hard work. Partly because moms gave birth to us and without them we wouldn’t be here. And partly because moms have a tendency to be hard on themselves.

Spring Fed Words


On Mother’s Day we celebrate those people who lifted us up with their words. Their words gave us life and hope. Yet some on Mother’s Day remember the pain of hurtful words or the absence of words. Pastor Fred will talk about the right word ingredients which make all the difference.

Gold Canyon United Methodist Church