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Sermon 7/ 31/2016

Colossians 3:1-11 When my daughter was a little girl she loved dresses. She never went anywhere without a dress. She is still something of a clothes-horse and has a closet stuffed with things to wear. About this time of the summer, we would always go school shopping. For my son, there was the reward of…

Sermon 7/24/16

Luke 11:1-13 There’s been so much going on in the world lately that I wonder if that makes it easier or harder to pray? Some people, when things seem overwhelming, find themselves turning to prayer almost automatically. Some people, when things are horrible, find themselves thinking, “why bother? God doesn’t hear my prayers anyway.” The…

Sermon 6/26/16

Luke 9:51-62; Galatians 5:1, 13-25 There’s a lot in this gospel story today. This is the point where things shift in Luke’s gospel from Jesus the wandering healer and preacher to his intentional journey toward the cross. When he sets his face to Jerusalem, everything changes. It’s not as though everything before hasn’t mattered, but…

Sermon 7/ 3/2016

Paul writes, “So then, whenever we have an opportunity, let us work for the good of all, and especially for those of the family of faith.” Over the past few Sundays we have read much of the letter of Paul to the Galatians. I have spent a lot of time thinking about the teachings in…

Sermon 7/17/16

C Pentecost 9 proper 11 Martha & Mary are sisters. Do you wonder if there has been sibling rivalry all their lives? Today’s story must just be one snapshot of their lives together. I took E and C home last night after watching them for two nights because Mom & Dad were at a road…

C Easter 3 2016

Sometimes I am very slow to the party. We should be singing Amazing Grace this morning because the story of Saul being knocked off his horse and being blinded for three days is spot on with the words, “I once was blind, but now I see!” For the book of Acts, which was written by…

Easter 4 – Good Shepherd Sunday

Several years ago a mother came up to me and said I might offer a little explanation to the kids about Good Shepherd Sunday because the only shepherd they’d ever heard about was a dog. I wonder if the metaphor is lost on all of us and even though we know that a shepherd is…

Easter 2 – Holy Humor Sunday

Dear Pastor, I liked your sermon on Sunday. Especially when it was finished. Ralph, Age 11. Many American churches are bringing back an old Easter custom begun by Greek theologians in the early centuries of Christianity-“Holy Humor Sunday” Churchgoers and pastors play practical jokes on each other, drench each other with water, tell jokes, sing,…