Monthly Archives: September 2011

Proper 20, 2011

The lessons for this Sunday can be found here. I worked most closely with Exodus 16:2-15.

Having crossed the Red Sea, with Pharoah’s Army behind them, no longer slaves, you’d think that Israel would be having a glass half-full sort of day. Except, they aren’t half-full sort of people. But what if God is more than a half-full sort of God?

(There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon starts. Thank you for your patience.)

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Proper 19, 2011

The lessons for this Sunday can be found here. I worked most closely with Exodus 14: 19-31.

We tell stories to explain ourselves to others and to remind ourselves of who we are. Those stories are incredibly important. One of the questions we as Christians need to ask about our stories is how does God want us to understand our stories.

(There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon starts. Thank you for your patience.)

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Proper 18, 2011

The lessons for this Sunday can be found here. I worked most closely with Matthew 18: 15-20.

The steps Jesus lays out in the Gospel sound simple, until we actual try. So why bother?

(There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon starts. Thank you for your patience.)

Listen here: Proper 18, 2011

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