Abundance among groups, July 2021

Here’s a little behind-the-scenes that would never have turned into a sermon:

Ever since learning that in John, Jesus asks people questions to see if they are ready to better know him, all I can think of for a second is how during our midweek lectionary bible study, I’ll ask people what they know about a book of the bible we’re starting to read from. I can see them get anxious but what I want is to see if they know anything about the book.
It’s dangerously egotistical to think of yourself as the Jesus in a Bible story, so here’s a sermon where I’m definitely not:

I worked largely with John 6.1-21 with a touch of Ephesians 3.14-21.

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An Anglican/Episcopal priest, bibliophile, dog owner, and Montanan

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