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.

Words from the Cross #3 – Provision

Ralph Walker

Holy, Holy, Holy

Alan Wilemon

What is that to us?

Ralph Walker

Eating at the King’s Table

David Curry

Clean Hands

Ralph Walker

Words from the Cross #2 – Paradise

Ralph Walker

Which Covenant Would You Choose?

Derek Wilkins

Words from the Cross #1 – Pardon

Ralph Walker

The Image of Faith

Adam Olson

Bear Your Cross

David Brickey