Why and How to Preach about St. Patrick this St. Patrick’s Day

The pub nearest me has festooned itself with green, orange, and white bunting. My doctor’s waiting room is plastered with cardboard shamrocks that say LUCKY. McDonald’s has brought back (for a limited time) its Shamrock Shake.

Yes, my friends, it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day, and since this year [2019] that falls on a Sunday, we might consider, “Should we preach […]

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Raise a Glass for St. Patrick

Today is St. Patrick’s Day. It ought to mean more than wearing green and drinking beer.  For the Christian, the life and witness of Saint Patrick is an inspiration for us today as we face an unbelieving world and collapsing culture.

Consider these things:

  1. Patrick was born in 380 AD in Scotland (probably).  As a teenager he was kidnapped by wild […]
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