Monthly Archives: July 2016

Sermon Tapas, July 2016

sermon tapasMorsels & Stories: I read from The Spy on Noah’s Ark.

 

Sermon: Because the end of my week was taken up with taking care of some emergency health issues for my dog (who is definitely on the road back to health now), I never had the time to finish a sermon.  So I talked about 4 different ideas that might have become a full sermon.  A sort of homilectical tapas rather than a single sermon.

 

The lessons for today can be found by clicking here.  I touched on ideas from Hosea 11:1-11 and Luke 12:13-21.

 

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What does God name you? July 2016

what does god name youMorsels & Stories: I read from a story from The Curse of Blessing.

 

Sermon:  We read from part of Hosea’s story, about the unfaithful woman God asked him to marry and the names God chose.  Is that a story to be thankful for?

 

The lessons for today can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Hosea 1:2-10.

 

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Bandage One Another, July 2016

bandage one anotherMorsels & Stories: A bit about the lectionary, or how to find the lessons and prayers for Sunday.

 

Sermon: The parable of the Good Samaritan is all about loving our neighbour, but what if we’re not supposed to be the Samaritan in the story.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Luke 10: 25-37.

 

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Bigger than land, July 2016

A God bigger than any land, any dreamWho loves usMorsels & Stories: I read about one of the marks of new monasticism from Common Prayer.
You can find more about the marks of new monasticism here.

 

Sermon: Naaman’s wife’s slave-girl does something radical. The kind of of radical that happens when Jesus sends 70 disciples out.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here. I worked most closely with 2 Kings 5:1-14 and Luke 10:1-11, 16-20.

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