Saint Andrew
Evangelical Presbyterian

316 W. 4th St.

Auburn, IN 46706

260-925-8464

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August 24, 2017

I recently preached on Acts 8:26-40. If you know your Bible it’s the story of the Apostle Philip sharing the good news of Jesus with a government official from Ethiopia. You can find the audio of that message here.

Most of our time in this text was spent looki...

March 16, 2017

Minor Prophets Pleading for Truth Yesterday and Today

The Minor Prophets provide a great example of seeing God’s story always unfolding. In our Adult Sunday School Bible Studies, we found there is a lot of application for today’s world and key lessons we should take to...

February 28, 2017

10 1/2 hours PER DAY! We mentioned this statistic in church not long ago. That’s the amount of time the average American adult spends consuming media, as calculated by the Nielsen Corp.

Media is simply the air we breathe nowadays. Even without a smart phone you can’t he...

January 17, 2017

It never fails. I’m hurrying through the store needing just two key ingredients for the evening’s dinner. I have a 4 year old and an 8 year old in tow. The soundtrack that accompanies this journey sounds like this: “Can I have? Can we get? Oh I love those! Can we buy t...

December 8, 2016

Burk Parsons, Pastor of St. Andrew’s Chapel, recently quipped, “Satan would be pleased if everyone focused on the baby in the quaint manger scene and ignored the baby grown up and bloody on the cross.” This is true, of course. I wonder, though, if the problem isn’t tha...

October 28, 2016

Life Groups are a major emphasis at our church. We were created for relationship with God, God’s People, & God’s World. Trouble is, all relationships are broken because of sin. Every problem can be traced back to a broken relationship.

Jesus lived, died, and rose again...

September 26, 2016

It seems as though each successive generation laments the loss of the ‘good ole days’ and shakes its collective head wondering where it went wrong as it looks at its children and grandchildren who will soon be given the reigns of society. This is news to no one: the yo...

August 5, 2016

Christians often ask why we have so many Bible translations. Good question! To give an answer we need to address both the nature of scripture and the science of biblical translation.

Paul tells Timothy scripture is God-breathed. That’s a great descriptor. The books of t...

June 13, 2016

What happened in Orlando Sunday night was evil. Some things simply ought not to be. Hate and murder are among them. As Christians, we must stubbornly insist, with eyes of faith, to look beyond what is and place our hope in what is to come. I will not add speculation or...

June 6, 2016

What do you see when you look into a mirror? Do you see the reflection of God’s lovingly crafted masterpiece? A person knit together (Psalm 139:13) to be a vessel for God (Acts 9:15)? Or do you focus on every little imperfection that’s visible to your eyes?

You know wha...

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