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The View from the Pulpit

The View from the Pulpit:

Dear People of God, Gathered at Resurrection,

For this week’s “The View from the Pulpit” column, I would like to share from the wisdom of dedicated saint of the Lord:

In 1985, Corrie ten Boom died after an unbelievable ministry of sharing and living the Good News of Jesus the Savior.  She was 91, and she spent the greater part of her life sharing the Light of Jesus in this dark world – a dark world with which she was most acquainted!  Many people remember her story through the book and movie, “The Hiding Place.”  The brief quotation I share with you next comes from Corrie’s sister, Betsie, who died in a Nazi concentration camp.  Betsie had seen the “hell” people could make for themselves and others, and yet this is what she said:

“The most important part of our task will be to tell everyone who will listen that Jesus is the only answer to the problems that are disturbing the hearts of men and nations.  We shall have the right to speak because we tell from our experience that His light is more powerful than the deepest darkness … How wonderful that the reality of His presence is greater than the reality of hell about us.”

This certainly reminds us that there is to be NO SILENT SAINTS – we all have a message and a Savior to share and live!  Be working on your “Gospel in Seven Words” as we seek to refine this at our Wednesday Lent Midweek Services!


My Office Hours are as follows:

Tuesday – Friday: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Saturday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

I try to keep an “open office” policy, but there may be times I will have someone in my office, or I am deeply involved in sermon preparation.  It is always best to make an appointment or to call first to see if I am available: 757.596.5808!

Time Off: Sunday afternoons & Mondays (don’t be surprised if I don’t answer the phone on these “Sabbaths” – and I do not check my cell phone for messages or texts on my days off)

The grace and peace of the Lord Jesus be with you all …

Your Fellow Servant in Christ our Lord,

Pastor Hank Hollar