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Author Heather Entrekin

Sermon delivered by Heather Entrekin, pastor of Prairie Baptist Church in Prairie Village, K.S., on Mar. 8 2009. Mark 8: 31-38 Last week, at the spiritual retreat participants, it was my job to talk about blessing.   After I explained what a blessing is and how important a blessing is, I asked them to think of […] Read More

Sermon delivered by Heather Entrekin, pastor of PrairieBaptistChurch in Prairie Village, K.S., on Mar. 1, 2009. Mark 1: 9-15 When two people come together to be married, they walk down the aisle, there are flowers and cameras flashing, big organ processional, everybody stands, and the first question, all-important question they are asked is this: “Do you […] Read More

Listen to Him

Sermon delivered by Heather Entrekin, pastor of PrairieBaptistChurch in Prairie Village, K.S., on Feb. 22, 2009. Mark 9:2-9 Rome is a beautiful city, ancient ruins, famous fountains, enormous palm trees, orange trees, lemon trees, olive orchards.  But they warned us that, though the climate is Mediterranean, they were having unseasonably cold weather a week ago when […] Read More

Slow to Anger

Sermon delivered by Heather Entrekin, senior pastor of Prairie Baptist Church in Prairie Village, Kan., on Jan. 25, 2009. Jonah 3:15; Mark 1:14-20; Psalm 62:5-12 Last summer, two of my nephews, Nathan and Daniel, strapping young men in their 20s, had a little car accident in New York City. Nathan was moving from NY to […] Read More

What does one do when the stock market keeps diving, gas prices keep rising, and all that experts can agree upon is that nobody knows when or how this economic free fall will end? Many are consumed by rumor, worry, stress and fear. Lost jobs, income and savings are a gloomy reality. Some of us […] Read More

When I was a teenager, many years ago, the ministerial alliance in our small town organized Wednesday early morning devotions and doughnuts for youth during Lent. They were held at the Methodist church across the street. My father, the Baptist pastor, was one of the organizers, and I liked doughnuts, so I went. Attendance was […] Read More