Monthly Archives: February 2014

Cheeks, Eyes and being perfect – A sermon on Matthew 5;38-48

This morning and over the past few weeks, we’ve heard an ongoing series of teachings where Jesus is offering a rule of life for those gathered around him to follow. Teachings that are leading us to look beyond ourselves, illustrating

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Now what? Let’s go fishing! – A sermon on John 21;1-19

I really love this mornings Gospel reading. As a scripture geek shoulder deep in seminary, I hear in the reading a beautiful story of hope, of strength and of renewal after giving up. We have an interesting Gospel reading this

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This may hurt a bit – A pentecost sermon on John 14;8-17,25-27

Good Morning! As you must have noticed, our Gospel reading this morning was a little different this morning wasn’t it? This morning to celebrate Pentecost, the pouring out of the Holy Spirit on the apostles in a rush of wind,

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Skillful listening – An Advent sermon on Mark 1;1-8

May the one who comes this Advent season guide us, teach us and be with us on our journey here on Earth, Amen  One of the challenges I think we face in the 21st century is the skill of listening.

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A gate and a voice – John 10;1-10

Like any book we read, or even a show on TV, without the story line before and after it, we have a hard time understanding what the writer is trying to tell us. Especially when we hear just a short

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Burying our talents? – Matthew 25;14-30

Merciful God, Grant that we this morning with open eyes and hearts see the loving gifts you provide to us, and lead us to use them as faithful stewards of your kingdom here on earth, Amen   The parables of

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