It has been far too long since I updated this blog.

My life has been going well.  I have been connected up with Village Baptist Church and have been enjoying being a part.  One of the areas of my involvement is on a sermon study group with the pastor.  It is fun to get to think theologically again.

A few weeks ago, John asked me if I would fill in for him while he was out of town.  I was thrilled.

The sermon had an autobiographical bent to it because it was the first introduction of me to the congregation.  The sermon is about doubt.

Here is the sermon.

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4 Responses to Doubt.

  1. Tom Dodson Sr says:

    Very pleased to read your thoughts again Derrick. As you said “it’s been far to long” and I agree. Hope to hear more from you in the future and maybe some coffee together, soon.
    best wishes for you and yours.

  2. Gary and Joyce Johnston says:

    Thank you and thanks to The Lord. It was good to hear you and so good to hear you are in a church.

    Gary and Joyce

  3. Mitch says:

    I think betrayal is a harsh word to use to describe your firing. And even if it’s accurate, I don’t see how slandering one church will help build up another one.

    Also, you look like Louis C.K.

    • Derrick says:

      Mitch, You don’t know the half of it. It was not a church that betrayed me, but certain leaders in the church. I have a whole other blog that is private that was my journal through all of the crap that came at Singing Hills Christian Church. I assure you, it was betrayal.

      Also, I am not as funny as Louis C.K. but think my uncanny resemblance to him should translate to royalties on his gigs.

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