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St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church
Atlanta
Rev. Patricia Templeton
O Lord, Make Haste to Save Us Listen
"If we have to choose between a god who is all powerful or a god who isgood--and it looks like sometimes we do--then I will choose the latter."
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(Sept. 4, 2005 | Audio courtesy St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church)

Oak Hills Church
San Antonio
Max Lucado
"Your Redeemer lives, too. This hurricane was his tool to get your attention. Trust in Him while you still can."
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(Sept. 10-11, 2005)

Church of the Holy Apostles
New York City
Rev. William A. Greenlaw
The Sixteenth Day After Pentecost Listen
"I would like to believe that we could hear and respond to the cry of the sentinel, the shout of the watchman. That our leaders and all of us could see that the word is addressed to them, to all of us, as well."
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(Sept. 4, 2005 | Audio courtesy Church of the Holy Apostles)

Sinai Temple
Los Angeles
Rabbi David Wolpe
What Was Washed Away and What Remains Listen
"The reason the Torah wants our hearts to be open is, yes, we will give today and tomorrow, but if only your hand is open but your heart is closed, soon the rigor mortis of selfishness sets in and your heart hardens up again."
(Sept. 3, 2005 | Audio courtesy Sinai Temple)

Champion Forest Baptist Church
Houston
CFBC Staff: Our Response... Listen (Sept. 4, 2005)
Scott Riling: It's a Matter of... Listen (Aug. 31, 2005)
"We believe that He's opened up a door for Champion Baptist Church to minister and be the hands and feet for our lord and savior, Jesus Christ."
(Audio courtesy Champion Forest Baptist Church)

Lutheran Hour Ministries
St. Louis
Rev. Ken Klaus
Calming Your Katrina Listen
"A caring Christ comes this day to all of those who have seen their old lives washed away."
(Sept. 3, 2005)

Grace Cathedral
San Francisco
Rev. Alan Jones
Click here for the sermon from September 4th. Listen
"All the things we were taught in kindergarten turn out to be true: about sharing, about being together, about being thoughtful. Everything we hold dear, you see, can be swept away. And we need each other."

Faith Bible Baptist Church
Eden, N.Y.
Pastor Art Kohl
Katrina: Natural DisasterOr Supernatural Sign Listen
"This is going to affect us. I am hoping it brings families together. I am hoping it brings churches together."
(Sept. 4, 2005 | Audio courtesy Faith Bible Baptist Church)

Londonderry Free Presbyterian Church
Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Rev. Ian Brown
How Hurricane Katrina Speaks To Us All Listen
"If hurricane Katrina was a contest between the power of God and the power of man, there has only been one winner."
(Sept. 4, 2005 | Audio courtesy SermonAudio.com)

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