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The Parable of the Waiting Father [part 2]

Posted by Elkin Presbyterian Church on Monday, March 11, 2013, In : Sermons 
Sunday, March 10th, 2013 Service

Scripture Lesson: Luke 15:1-3,11- 32

Stuart continues the two part series on the well-known parable from Luke that is commonly known as the prodigal son but is perhaps more aptly called the parable of the waiting father. This week the sermon continues with a look at the elder brother.  Which sibling do you relate to in the story, the prodigal son or the disapproving older brother? Your choice may say something about your birth order or your life experience. ...
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The Parable of the Waiting Father [part 1]

Posted by Elkin Presbyterian Church on Monday, March 4, 2013, In : Sermons 
Sunday, March 3rd, 2013 Service

Scripture Lesson: Luke 15:1-3,11- 32

Stuart begins a two part series on the well-known parable from Luke that is commonly known as the prodigal son but is perhaps more aptly called the parable of the waiting father. Which sibling do you relate to in the story, the prodigal son or the disapproving older brother? Your choice may say something about your birth order or your life experience. But who is the parable directed toward? Surely not to me!

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Rev. Stuart Taylor Stuart was called to serve as the Pastor/Head of Staff for Elkin Presbyterian Church in January of 2013. He was born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina where his parents were charter members of the John Knox Presbyterian Church. He has two daughters. Rachel is finishing up at Tucson High School and her interests include active involvement in several sports, sustainable agriculture, steel drums and boys. She reads about two to three books a week as does her older sister. Lilly is a sophomore at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and is an aspiring artist, a free thinker, and a gifted writer like her mother. His daughters are the apples of his eye. Stuart enjoys a daily exercise in the gym, hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains, camping, reading, movies, dinner conversation, and researching his family history.

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