SR: Touch and Taste and See, Easter 2 2014

Link: Touch and Taste and See, Easter 2 2014 Summary of what I was saying and why: I love this story. At the second service we had an Easter Festival of Readings and Praise, so this was meant to be a brief sermon. Theology: Eucharistic Jesus Count: average Good News: Taste and see that the […]

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Resurrection Thinking, Easter 2014

This is a good day.  A day beyond science.  An inauguration of resurrection thinking. Listen:  The lessons can be found by clicking here.

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Binding, Maundy Thursday 2014

Here we are bound, in eternity, to each other, to Christ. Listen:   The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with 1 Corinthians 11:23-26.

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SR: Darkest Hour Palm, Sunday 2014

Link: Darkest Hour, Palm Sunday 2014 Summary of what I was saying and why: Palm/Passion Sunday is wonderful and really hard to preach. And I don’t know how not to say something. I started thinking about how attractive Jesus must have seemed, riding into Jerusalem. It could all be real…and then we’re outside the tomb, […]

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Darkest Hour, Palm Sunday 2014

Things started so well… Listen: If you are interested in the colleague I mention, her twitter feed is @AmberBelldene. Information about her books, her blog, and more information about being a priest who writes romance can be found at amberbelldene.com.   The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 26:14-27:66.

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SR Bound by Toilet Paper, Lent 5 2014

Link: Bound by Toilet Paper, Lent 5 2014 Summary of what I was saying and why: As so many others do, I love Ezekiel and the dry bones. And I can’t read it without hearing a story of (re)creation. And then with Lazarus the question of how bound we are appeared. Theology: Salvation Jesus Count: […]

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Bound by Toilet Paper, Lent 5 2014

Creation, Ezekiel, Lazarus.  How are we bound? Listen:   The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Ezekiel 37:1-14 and John 11:1-45.  The creation account used is from Genesis 2.  

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