Sunday, March 15. Bible Session with Pastor Keith

Hey friends.  I am sad not to be in person with you today worshipping our King.  We are living through a troubling time. I’ve opened up Psalm 37 and Romans 5 for you in this session, hoping to give you some encouragement and direction for the days ahead. I concluded with with one of my favourite poems on meekness. This is my first try of a recorded video sermon; I’d love to hear your thoughts about how make this format the most encouraging for you. In the meantime, check out the information below on how we are starting to do church creatively in the coming weeks. 

With love and affection,



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This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. William Ulrich

    Hey, thanks Keith!

    The old recipe for a sermon: 3 points and a poem! Check!

    Blessings on your head,

    1. Keith Jagger

      You’re welcome Bill. Thanks for the encouraging note. Blessings on you guys too.

  2. Wendy Ulrich

    Thank you, Keith for your encouragement this morning. May the Lord be with you and your family. Blessings, Wendy

    1. Keith Jagger

      Thank you Wendy. Blessings to you too. Praying that the Lord gives us wisdom and courage.

  3. ellen Cullis

    Thank you Keith. It is a very good sermon for this time.
    The message about meekness is something that I do really need to think about. 🙁

    1. Keith Jagger

      Hi Ellen,

      Thanks so much. Glad the message resonated. I hope you all and all who you are caring for are well.

  4. Julie Wright

    Hi Keith; thanks for your message this morning.
    A good reminder that God is still in control, and is with us during this uncertain time.
    An encouraging sermon, in a calm reassuring pastoral tone; (not kidding, helpful to any who are stressed right now).
    You wanted input. I could hear the first 20 minutes just fine but it seemed like the last 10 min got quiet.
    I had the computer turned up to 100 but really had to concentrate to hear the last part.
    Someone else mentioned having trouble hearing as well.
    Thanks so much for all the work you and others are doing to keep us connected.
    Much appreciated.

    1. Keith Jagger

      Hi Julie,

      Thanks so much. Glad you were encouraged. Yes, and thank you so much for the feedback. I’ll work on finding a better mike for next time or speaking with more gusto 🙂 I am convinced that God will use this time to connect us all more deeply. Warmly, pk.

  5. Karen

    Awesome job Keith! Thank you muchly!🙂

    1. Keith Jagger

      🙂 Thx Karen. Glad it reached you. Blessings and prayers.

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