Sermons of David J. Petry Volume Two

Sermons of David J. Petry Volume Two

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Sermons of David J. Petry: Volume One is a compilation of 39 of my sermons (27 weekly sermons and 12 holiday sermons), and also many other sermon-related materials for use in the ministry. Sermons of David J. Petry: Volume Two is the continuation of 47 more weekly sermons. My congregation is mostly made up of the residents at the retirement center (average age of 75 years old), and their guests (usually people in their fifties). My sermons are directed at them and their needs. I love ministering to the elderly, but at the same time would like to think that many people of all age groups would enjoy the things I love sharing with others. Hopefully they'll make you laugh, cry, reach out to others, and feel closer to more

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  • Paperback | 334 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.05mm | 571.52g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508756376
  • 9781508756378

About MR David J Petry

David J. Petry is obsessed with making the most of his time here on Earth. He's written over twenty books, written and recorded more than one hundred songs, plays over a dozen instruments, is a pilot, public speaker, teacher and entertainer! David has 3 children and has been married to his lovely wife, Diane, for more than twenty years. David's writings are inspired by his experiences in life of traveling to all 50 states, more than 30 countries, and snorkeling at over 50 scenic sites throughout the world. He has a passion for eclectic tastes in reading and conversation. After spending over thirty years as a research development mechanic, he changed careers and now spends his days helping at a retirement center working with the elderly. When asked how this is working out he replies, "I'm the happiest I've ever been in my life and having 'Rock Star Status' at a retirement home is better than no rock status at all." "Life is too short to sit around and be miserable." David J. Petryshow more