• Rodney Buchanan

    Contributing sermons since Jan 1, 2000
Rodney's church

Howard, Ohio 43028

About Rodney
  • Education: Asbury College - B.A. with a major in Psychology Asbury Theological Seminary - M. Div. Ashland Theological Seminary - D. Min. Major Project: Discipleship and Small Groups in the Life of the Church: An Investigation of the Spiritual Formation Process.
  • Experience: 42 years as a United Methodist Pastor Author: We Are Not Alone: Studies in the Covenant of God We Have Hope: Studies in the Book of Revelation Contributing author: We Believe - Adult and Junior Hi membership materials
  • Family: Wife: Linda Sue, married 46 years. Children: Mrs. Brandon (Lori) King. Children: Hannah, Lydia & Rebecca Mrs. Jeremy (Lisa) Strayer. Children: Abigail, Rachel & Elijah
  • Hobbies: Canoeing, hiking, backpacking, woodturning bowls on lathe, woodworking, computers
  • What I want on my tombstone: He tried.
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  • Pope Francis: Fulfilling His Role

    Contributed on Apr 4, 2013

    POPE FRANCIS: FULFILLING HIS ROLE A wonderful story of a religious leader who really does "get it" is the new Pontiff of Rome, Pope Francis. It is the story of role fulfillment. One reporter wrote: "Last night, in a break from tradition the Pope, Pope Francis, did not celebrate what is more

  • Longing

    Contributed on Jan 15, 2012

    LONGING In his book The Spiritual Life of Children, the famous Harvard psychiatrist Robert Coles tells the story of Alice, a ten-year-old girl who came from a family that did not believe in God. She expressed her doubts to him with these words: "I remember... I saw the people next door coming more

  • The Heaviest Loads

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2011
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    THE HEAVIEST LOADS N. T. Wright, in writing about this passage (Mt 23:1-12), tells the story of trying to prepare for a hiking and camping trip. He went to an outfitter who took him around the store showing him everything he would need. The salesman recommended a good sleeping bag and a more

  • Who Is This Guy?

    Contributed on Aug 29, 2011

    WHO IS THIS GUY? Chuck Colson relates this interesting story in his book How Then Should We Live?: "In William Steig's Yellow & Pink, a delightfully whimsical picture book for children, two wooden figures wake up to find themselves lying on an old newspaper in the hot sun. One figure is more

  • The Wizard Of Oz: Getting Home

    Contributed on Jul 10, 2011
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    THE WIZARD OF OZ: GETTING HOME I remember watching the Wizard of Oz. Dorothy is trying to find her way home, and along the way she runs into a scarecrow with no brain, a tin man with no heart, and a lion with no courage. But they learn that there is a wizard in the land of Oz who can help more