Going Meta: Reviewing Sermon Reviews, part 2

Part 2: Did it Work and What I’ve learned? Did it work? I think so? Or, rather, I can’t fully answer. Is my preaching better now than it was nine months ago? Maybe. Go listen and let me know what you think. When I started this I wrote, “I believe I am a good preacher. […]

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Going Meta: Reviewing Sermon Reviews, part 1

Part 1: The what and the way At the end of July I set out to not only preach nearly every week, but to take time to review my own sermon. Inspired by something a friend said (and knowing that it isn’t reasonable to attend a preaching conference every year), I decided that this was […]

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Sermon Round-Up, Vacation Week 2

Vacation isn’t over yet! It’s only through some planning that I haven’t snuck back into office yet. (Okay, I’m not that much of a work-a-holic, but I have started twitching about my email inbox a couple of times.) Sunday’s Gospel was the Wedding at Cana and water into wine. Priest Jones talks about weddings and […]

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Sermon Round-Up: A lot of Water

I’m on vacation, didn’t preach on Sunday, so no sermon to review. But, here’s some of the sermon’s I’ve read/listened to this week. (I really like preaching. Especially good preaching.) Bishop Rickel: I don’t know where to start. It includes the words Christology, Ecclesiology, talks about the ancient practices of Baptism, and works a Mary […]

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SR: Epiphany and other big things

Sermon Review Link:Epiphany Summary of what I was saying and why: Do you have to be noticed to do something big? This question, and the first two answers I may have tried to preach, have little to do with being a Christian. Theology: Christianity is about being transformed by God’s love Jesus Count: moderate Good […]

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Epiphany, 2013

The lessons for Epiphany can be found by clicking here”. I worked with Matthew 2:1-12 and the theology of the Epiphany. Do you have to be noticed to do something big? (There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon begins. Thank you for your patience.) Listen: Epiphany 2013

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