Monthly Archives: June 2012

Camp: Saturday 2012

The readings for today were: Genesis 12:1-4, Psalm 150, and Mt 5:14-16. Our summer theme is: “You are the light of the world.”

It’s the last day! So a massive recap of the week and a sending out to be the light of the world.

Thank you to the campers, parents, and staff! This was a great week.

Standard Camp disclaimers: lots of dialogue, wind, water noise, etc. Thank you for your patience.

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Camp: Friday 2012

The readings for today were: 1 Cor 12: 12-27, Psalm 150, and Mt 5:1-12. Our summer theme is: “You are the light of the world.”

We are the light of the world, but we are not all the same. Thanks be to God!

Standard Camp disclaimers: lots of dialogue, wind, water (the lake is behind me), and it tried to rain on us today. I do my best to make sure everything is picked up by the mic. Thank you for your patience.

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Camp: Thursday 2012

The lessons for today are: Exodus 3:1-12, Psalm 139, and John 9:1-11. Our summer theme is: “You are the light of the world.”

Today we talked about light in dark places and hard times in life. (We’re heading off towards sin for the afternoon.)

Standard Camp disclaimer and thank you: Lots of dialogue, lots of noise (kids, wind, water). I do my best to make sure things get to the microphone. Thank you for your patience.

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Camp: Wednesday 2012

The readings for today were: Exodus 14:15-31, Psalm 15, and Luke 8:16-18. Our theme this summer is: “You are the light of the world.”

These kids are awesome! They are doing a great job of paying attention and remembering what we’ve been talking about. (I should probably apologize, I know they get pretty loud a couple of times during this sermon.) Today is about being visible.

As with my other sermons at Camp, there is a lot of dialogue. I do my best to make sure that the sense of the conversation is picked up. Thank you for your patience.

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Camp: Tuesday 2012

Our readings today were: Acts 22:6-16, Psalm 148, and Mark 9:2-8. The theme for the summer is: “You are the light of the world.”

A recap of yesterday then onto the conversion of Paul, the Transfiguration, and being light.

When I preach with children I use a lot of dialogue; I do my best to make sure that the sense of the conversation is picked up by the mic but please be patient. Thank you.

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Camp: Monday 2012

The lessons for today were: Genesis 1.1-2.4, Psalm 8, and Matthew 5:14-15. Our theme for the summer is: “You are the light of the world.”

This morning we talked about creation and how God created everything, including and especially us.

When I preach with children I use a lot of dialogue; I do my best to make sure that the sense of the conversation is picked up by the mic but please be patient. Thank you.

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Proper 6, 2012

The lessons for Sunday can be found here.

Parables of the Kingdom of God.

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

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Proper 5, 2012

The lessons for this Sunday can be found here.

Jesus mentions a house divided just weeks before our General Convention.  How are we called to be act in grace-filled ways?

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

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Trinity Sunday, 2012

The lessons for Trinity Sunday can be found here.

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

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