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.)

Listen here: Proper 20, 2011

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