Centenary United Methodist Church in New Albany, IN. (My elders orders are still in the Church of the Nazarene.) And my wife is still married to "a holiness preacher."
There is much more to preaching "holiness" than just focusing on the doctrine and experience of Entire Sanctification or Christian Perfection. Nevertheless, that is an important aspect of it. And this past Sunday, the lectionary passage for the Gospel provided a great opportunity to preach on that very subject. The passage comes from Matthew 5:43-48, which ends with Jesus saying, "Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect."
My sermon title was, "Nobody's Perfect . . . Are They?" For those interested, you can listen to it at our church's website, here.
(Let me say that, when I first start, a person in the congregation corrects me on the particular movie that I am about to reference. Also, we had a problem with the microphone in the midst of the sermon. I do not know if that caused a problem in the recording.)