Posts Tagged With: Jesus

To Transfigure the World, February 2018

We carry God's love to othersMorsels & Stories: We talked a bit about Lenten practices.  This was pretty interactive and I did my best to help the mic get everything.  Thank you for your patience.

 

Sermon:  Peter gets it wrong many many times.  This time I think we need to give him some slack…

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Mark 9:2-9.

 

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Called to Newness, January 2018

When our world changesMorsels & Stories: I read a story from Does God have a Big Toe?

 

Sermon:  I ponder my enjoyment of prequels and what would have helped Simon, Andrew, James, and John leave their families, their jobs, and how they’d learned to be faithful.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Mark 1:14-20.

 

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Room for the Helpless, January 2018

welcome for the cynical, snarky, and hopelessMorsels & Stories:  I talked about Paul’s comment in “All thing are lawful, but not all things are beneficial.”  We discussed Paul, breastfeeding, and diet options.

Sermon: Jesus greets Nathanael in an interesting way and why Nathanael has been giving me hope this week.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link).  I worked most closely with John 1:43-51.

 

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Speaking Love into Chaos, Baptism of Our Lord 2018

God speaks love into our chaosMorsels & Stories: I read “Magi” from Edward Hays’ The Ethiopian Tattoo Shop.

 

 

Sermon: In our baptism God speaks love into our chaos, which is what God does.

 

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Genesis 1:1-5.

 

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The Romance of Christmas, Christmas Eve 2017

ChristmasThis is not a good plan to save the world….

 

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The Taste of Justice, November 2017

A Kingdom where Justice tastes like honeyMorsels & Stories: In preparation for our interactive Bible study on the 9th, I read from the introduction to Story Journey by Thomas E Boomershine.

 

Sermon: Ezekiel prophesies about fat and lean sheep, while Jesus talks about goats and sheep.

 

The lessons can be found here (link).  I worked most closely with Ezekiel 34:11-16.

 

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Taxes and Kings, October 2017

What will we do with what God has given us-

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Morsels & Stories: After last week I got some feedback that the sermon was a bit confusing so I revisited the parable this morning.

 

Sermon:  “Should we pay taxes?” is an age-old question.  When did it start and how does it intersect our lives today?

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 22:15-22.

 

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A Banquet for Justice, October 2017

Who do we invite to our banquet-

Morsels & Stories: I talked about St Peter’s Stewardship package, which went out today.

 

Sermon: This is a tough parable Jesus offers us this week.  Let’s unpack it a bit.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 22:1-14.

 

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Kingdom Managers, September 2017

Kingdom ManagersMorsels & Stories: I read from The Ethiopian Tattoo Shop by Edward Hays.

 

Sermon:  There’s a lot of whining in today’s Gospels.  But my favourite character in the Gospel barely appears.

 

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 20:1-16.

 

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Peter, Donkeys, and Stumbling Blocks, September 2017

stumbling blockMorsels & Stories: I talked about crossing ourselves, one of the many gestures some Anglicans make during worship.  I touched on the variety of ways people may or may not gesture during worship.

 

Sermon: Jesus says calls Peter a satan and a stumbling block and I hear echoes from the rest of the Bible.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 16: 21-28.

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