Jesus’ Family, June 2018

Morsels & Stories: I read the story “Noah’s Wife: the Story of Naamah.” Sermon: Jesus does something really significant and difficult when confronted with rumours and gossip.  He manages to set boundaries and leave space for change. The lessons for today can be found by clicking here (link).  I worked most closely with Mark 3:20-35. […]

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Family, Christmas 1 2014

Simeon and Anna meet Jesus in the temple.  It’s a family meeting of sorts. The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Luke 2:22-40.   (I was using a back up recording system so the audio is not great.  My apologies.) Listen:

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Sermon Round-Up: June 22 2014, Proper 7/OT12

Vacation this Sunday and next so I’m not preaching. Off eating gelato with seminary classmates and talking theology with colleagues instead. What I might have preached: The dean while I was at seminary made a habit of praying for ‘peace with justice.’ Which I liked because although I was used to praying for peace and […]

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Family Reunion (aka Diocesan Convention)

This weekend is Diocesan Convention for Episcopalians in Montana. I should confess that I love Diocesan Convention. As we Episcopalians are wont to do, we quibble over what should or shouldn’t happen, what’s appropriate or unnecessary at a Diocesan Convention. And whatever my opinion may be, I will love Convention. This is my family. The […]

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