Category: Bill Britt

Be Led by the Spirit of Christ
Now is the time for us to look forward, and Sunday promises to be a good day to be at Peachtree Road. This week marks the conclusion of our January [...]
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Immigration, Intercessory Prayer, and Intention
Today is the beginning of the holiday weekend marking the 91st birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I know some of you will be taking advantage of the long [...]
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TOGETHER we will do better, set the example, fulfill God’s will on earth
First, I want to remind you that on Sunday we will continue our series of messages entitled “Beyond Us vs. Them.” We live in a divided world. In fact, noted [...]
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Grateful Blessings and a New Decade
Happy New Year! I hope this note finds you well. January is that unique month of the year when you look back upon the year that has just ended and [...]
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Approaching the End of the Year
Our Christmas Eve celebration at Peachtree Road certainly was exhilarating. I am grateful to the members of the Altar Guild and Flower Guild for all of their efforts to make [...]
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Light Shines in the Darkness
Our Advent journey is coming to a close, and throughout this season the heartbeat of Peachtree Road has never been more evident. We have gathered for special services of worship [...]
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Opportunities to Celebrate and Give Thanks
I hope you are planning to join us for worship this Sunday as we continue our series entitled “Looking for Jesus.” This week on our journey through Advent we will [...]
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Walk with the Wise Men
This week our journey through Advent leads us to an encounter with the wise men. Their spiritual yearning brought them to Judea even though they had never heard of Jesus. [...]
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We Are Abundantly Blessed
This Sunday we begin the season by acknowledging that not everyone greeted the news of the coming of Christ with joy. King Herod was frightened and all those around him [...]
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I Am Thankful
I really am looking forward to worship as we celebrate Harvest Sunday here at Peachtree Road. As our hymn for the day reminds us, “We gather together to ask the [...]
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Be the Church
I really am looking forward to worshiping with you Sunday as we continue our series entitled “We Are Thankful…” This week we will acknowledge our gratitude “…for the Church.” The [...]
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Our God Is a God of Hope
In our worship services, we will continue our sermon series entitled “We Are Thankful…” This week we will acknowledge our gratitude “…in All Circumstances.” Please note that the message is [...]
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Cultivate a Grateful Heart
We begin our series this Sunday with the message “We Are Thankful…for All the Saints.” We will be giving special thanks for those members of Peachtree Road who have preceded [...]
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Our Covenant with Christ
Let me begin with an encouragement to be in worship this week as we bring our fall series entitled “Blessed!” to a close. Each week we have been considering the [...]
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“All In” at Peachtree Road
On Sunday we will consider what it means to be peacemakers and what we need to do to bring peace into our world. I look forward to sharing this message [...]
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A Pure Heart Sees God
You have heard the saying, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Well, according to Jesus, so is God. All we need to do is keep the heart pure. [...]
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A Relationship with God
Of course, as has become our tradition on the first Sunday in October, we will offer a “Blessing of the Animals” service at 5:00 p.m. You are invited to bring [...]
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Faithful Disciples
About 2500 United Methodists from across the country are gathered at Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas to prayerfully consider the church’s future.
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Walk with Christ
I am so glad we give out Bibles at Peachtree Road. In fact, we not only give them out to 3rd graders, this year we began the practice of also [...]
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You Are Loved by God
Depression is an illness, and it has many facets. Like diabetes, many kinds of depression are treatable. In addition to spiritual care, medications and therapy are common ways to manage [...]
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