Dogs, Cats, and Love: a sermon for Epiphany 4

The lessons for Sunday can be found by clicking here. I worked most closely with 1 Corinthians 13:1-13. My dog does not appear in my sermons very often, but this week you get to hear about life with Griz, cats, and 1 Cor 12. And love. (There will be a few moments of silence before […]

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SR: Kindness, God’s love, and a tragedy

Sermon Review Link: Advent 3, 2012 Summary of what I was saying and why: I spent the first part of the week pondering kindness and what we are fully called to as Christians. After the school shooting in Newton, I wound up changing the end of the sermon. Theology: Divine love Jesus Count: low Good […]

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SR: Lazarus and Jesus weeping

Sermon Review Link: All Saints, 11-4-12 Summary of what I was saying and why: This sermon wrote differently. The first line (which I kept) came very early the rest of it sort of trickled out from there. This is one of the sermons I’ve been very tempted to scrap and start over. And it’s also […]

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(Happy Birthday)x

I’m not  a big birthday person.  It’s not an age thing–one of the perks of being an Episcopal Priest is that I get to be considered “young” until I”m 45 (currently, I’m waiting for them to raise it).  That gives me another 16 years of young. For years I would be reminded that it was […]

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