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The Rev. Mark Ramsey The Rev. Mark Ramsey is executive director of Macedonian Ministry based in Atlanta, GA.

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The Rev. Mark Ramsey

Presbyterian Church (USA)

Macedonian Ministry

The Rev. Mark Ramsey is executive director of Macedonian Ministry, based in Atlanta, GA.

Before coming to head this organization in 2017, he was senior pastor of Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church in Austin TX, and before that led Presbyterian churches in Asheville, NC, Oak Park, IL, and Denver, CO, among others.

A graduate of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Mark earned his M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary. He is a trustee of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and associate editor of the Journal for Preachers.


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The Rev. Mark Ramsey

Mark Ramsey: Tomorrow

Hebrews 11:32--12:2

10th Sunday after Pentecost - Year C

August 18, 2019

The Rev. Mark Ramsey (PCUSA)

 

Don't live in a smaller world than God has given to you. Forces in our life strive to shrink our world and our hopes. We are enticed by distraction that shrinks our focus on deeper values. We are lured into conventional thinking that withers our imagination for living in God's world.

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The Rev. Mark Ramsey

Mark Ramsey: Today

Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16

9th Sunday after Pentecost - Year C

August 11, 2019

The Rev. Mark Ramsey (PCUSA)

 

Warren Buffet tells the story about a man who was on an important business trip in Europe when his sister called to tell him that their dad had died. Her brother couldn't get back but said to spare nothing on the funeral, whose cost he would cover. When he returned, his sister told him that the service had been beautiful and presented him bills totaling $8,000. He paid up, but a month later received a bill from the mortuary for $10. He paid that, too - and still another $10 charge the month following. When a third $10 invoice was sent to him the next month, the perplexed man called his sister to ask what was going on. "Oh," she replied, "I forgot to tell you. We buried Dad in a rented suit."[i]

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