SERMONS & DEVOTIONALS

Meditations for Troubled Times

by Rev. Dr. Steve Locke

This is a series of devotionals that Pastor Steve is writing during this time of physical isolation and fear,

while we all live through the unprecedented pandemic event happening in 2020.

They are listed below in reverse chronological order (the oldest is at the bottom of the page).

The Pain of Fear

God is the Sun

A Repentant Manager

God's Light is Our Refuge

Life is Messy

Covid-19 Impact

The Mirror of Christ

Cultivate Gratitude

Creations Time

Costly Discipleship

The Invisible Wall

The Glory of Sharing

The Hand of God

An Authentic Life

Love Believes All Things

Lamenting Into Joy

And There Will Be a Time...

The Fundamental Story

Joy Born in Sorrow

Let Us Go to the House of the Lord

Tell It Slant

The Heart of the Matter

Little Children

A Time for Peace

Hiding the Gospel in Ourselves

God's Love Conquers All

Free as a Bird

Responsibility in an Age of Individualism

The Power of Music

Joy Rediscovered

The Season of Fear

Spiritual Maturity

Faith Has Reasons

Community Feel

Breaking the Cycle

How Much Can We Take?

In the End: Be Silent

Shadows that Speak

Surprised by Love

Hope in Silence

Stay Strong During Hard Times

The Liberating Spirit of God

Emptiness with a Purpose

Partnership in the Suffering of God

Peace, I Leave You

Struggling Against Resignation

Acknowledging Your Powerlessness

Bring Patience to Your Troubles

Standing Near Our Grace

Remain Anchored in Your Community

Laughing Until We Change

Breathing in God

Developing Good Habits

Home

Where are You Looking

Live Your Fear

ABOUT US

Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church belongs to the Presbyterian Church (USA), as part of the Presbytery of San Diego,

 

We seek to be a community of

     People

     Bringing

     People to

     Christ

ADDRESS

1675 Garnet Avenue

San Diego, CA 92109

Tel: 858-273-9312

Fax: 858-273-0980

Preschool: 858-273-1320

church@pbpres.org

  • Vimeo
  • Facebook
  • YouTube

© 2023 by Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church. Proudly created with Wix.com