In this collection of sermons, Dr. Albert Walsh, after more than three decades of pastoral ministry, presents the gospel message as the Christ-centered proclamation of hope for all those who sojourn along the path of life. Walsh's sermons speak directly to those who hold faith in Christ, but they also speak with force to those who are searching for the meaning and purpose of life as the gift of a gracious God. This collection of sermons offers the reader a word of genuine hope in times of trial, struggle, and in the face of the innumerable sufferings--both small and great--we so often experience in life. These sermons cover the whole of the life of Christ from his incarnation to his death, resurrection, ascension, and promised return in glory to offer spiritual enrichment for all.
Endorsements & Reviews-
"The Gospel of Grace for Wounded Sojourners is a collection of sermons on well-known themes from the Scriptures. Sermons are naturally delivered to a congregation on a particular day and in a particular setting. Certain sermons, however, step beyond the time barrier and are worthy of being published so that readers from many different backgrounds can be inspired by them in any setting. These messages are of that caliber." --From the foreword by Drake Williams III
"In an age of tired pastors and stale sermons, The Gospel of Grace for Wounded Sojourners is an inspiring message for all people. Whether a minister searching for guidance, or an unsure mind searching for truth, Walsh's sermons deliver the words of grace straight into the heart of any who read them." --Jessica Hughes, Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, PA
Albert J. D. Walsh Drake Williams, III
Albert Walsh was ordained in 1981, and after serving in local United Church of Christ churches for more than thirty-two years, has now retired to devote his time to writing, speaking engagements, and teaching. Walsh is a volunteer chaplain and has written several books, including Theo Cross: A Life Lived under Grace, all published by Wipf and Stock.