Seattle Unity Father’s Day Sermon 06-18-2017—”Wisdom of Our Fathers”

Sunday Father’s Day Service Video June 18th, 2017—”The Wisdom of Our Fathers”—Here is the link and players to key events for the Sunday Father’s Day sermons on 06-18-2017. In this service, four members of our spiritual community—Kerry McKenna, Gerry Schley, Tom Henscheid, and Tom Palmersheim each present six-minute mini-sermons about the wisdom of their fathers. Also, another member of our spiritual community, Marcia Rutan, recites her 2017 Father’s Day Poem.

 

Kerry McKenna & Gerry Schley Mini-sermons on “The Wisdom of Our Fathers”

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Tom Henscheid & Tom Palmersheim Mini-sermons on “The Wisdom of Our Fathers”

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Marcia Rutan Recites Her 2017 Father’s Day Poem

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SERMON SUMMARY

http://seattleunity.org—In this 2017 Sunday Father’s Day service, four members of our spiritual community—Kerry McKenna, Gerry Schley, Tom Henscheid, and Tom Palmersheim each present six-minute mini-sermons about the wisdom of their fathers. Also, another member of our spiritual community, Marcia Rutan, recites her 2017 Father’s Day Poem.

 

Quotations related to this sermon:

Edward Francis McKenna: I never met a man I didn’t like, some by coming, some by going.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Let us, then, be up and doing, with a heart for any fate; still achieving, still pursuing, learn to labor and to wait. (Booker T. Schley’s favorite saying)

Bernard Henscheid: Before I had children I had 20 theories—then I had nine children—now I have no theories.

Tom Palmersheim: Our parents are our link to the past. Through our DNA we are propelled forward as children or progeny of our parents and their parents and so on…all the way back in time.