On All Saints Day, Pastor Karen Witt began her sermon by posing the question, what does the word “saint” mean? She noted that Webster’s defines a saint as (among other things) a holy person; and she went on to describe how the Bible identifies “holy” with people and things that God sets apart for His purposes. In other words, anyone whom God has chosen to do God’s work is a saint! And in baptism every Christian is made holy in accordance with God’s will and purpose! Karen weaved these themes into the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead … during which Jesus gave the people witnessing that miracle a job to do (John 11:32-44). Hear Karen’s sermon and be inspired to live out your sainthood!