Eulogy means “good word” in Latin. It is most often associated with a message delivered at the death of someone, praising their life. It is fitting that we call our messages around the cross and table of the Lord a eulogy. We are speaking of the power, the majesty and the saving grace of Jesus our Lord. Our eulogies are extended messages, meant to draw the congregation into a focused meditation on the Lord Jesus. In this way we “proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes” (I Corinthians 11:26). The saints at Henderson Blvd experience this memorial every first day of the week.

Jesus Knew

Preston Hollis

The Irony of Jesus’ Burial

Ralph Walker

The Trysting Place

Ralph Walker

Become a New Creation

Henrique Ruiz

The Hospice Table

Ralph Walker

Cemetery for Foreigners

Joe Cable

The Greatest Rescue Mission

Garet Qualls

Considering the Life of Jesus, In Eulogy

Bob Dunn

Concerning Christ in All the Scriptures

David Brickey

It is Finished (#2)

Ralph Walker