All posts by Russell L. Bennett

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When God Loves the World

Sermon delivered at Fellowship Congregational Church, UCC, Tulsa, Oklahoma on Fourth Sunday in Lent, March 9, 1997   A dear friend and co-worker for human rights, Barbara Santee, has written a play which has just completed its second run at the Heller Theater, and which

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When I Am Still, I Hear the Quiet Voice

Sermon delivered Second Sunday after Epiphany, January 19,1997 at Fellowship Congregational Church, UCC, Tulsa, Oklahoma This past week I wrote to the Confirmation Class and members of the youth groups inviting them to a weekend retreat, the purpose of which will be to learn a

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The Celestine Vision

Preached on The Last Sunday after Epiphany, Sunday of the Transfiguration, 2/22/98 at Fellowship Congregational Church, UCC, Tulsa, Oklahoma Early 20th century English writer G. K. Chesterton once defined philosophy as “thinking that had been thought out.” We are influenced, Chesterton went on to say,

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Meeting Jesus Again

This sermon was preached February 8, 1998, Fifth Sunday after Epiphany, at Fellowship Congregational Church, UCC, in Tulsa, Oklahoma You can always tell what is going on in the United States by what people are willing to spend their money on. Books about religion or