We were greatly inspired by the 2011 Feast of Tabernacles. but how long does that inspiration last? Will we use this year's Feast as a spring board for growth in the coming year or will we simply get caught up in the routine of life? Oliver Cromwell said "Not only strike while the iron is hot, but make it hot by striking!” We need to identify the "passion killers" in our lives and strike while the passion of this year's Feast remains high in our hearts and minds. This sermon will identify several of these "passion killers" and what we can do about the situation.
Randy D’Alessandro served as pastor for the United Church of God congregations in Chicago, Illinois, and Beloit, Wisconsin, from 2016-2021. Randy previously served in Raleigh, North Carolina (1984-1989); Cookeville, Tennessee (1989-1993); Parkersburg, West Virginia (1993-1997); Ann Arbor and Detroit, Michigan (1997-2016).