A sermon exploring the complex relationship between what we are comfortable with, and what we are called to do.
We explore Abraham’s response to destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, how it informs our role in God’s Kingdom, and how this is clarified in the prayer the Jesus taught his disciples.
A sermon exploring the difference in how we experience ideas of justice and fairness in the world that following Christ should make to us his followers.
In the miracle of Pentecost, God calls us to embrace the wondrous variety of humans we have been given to share creation with.
Exploring how the Feast of the Ascension calls us to be a people who affirm the many natures Christ inhabits at once (i.e. Ascended into heaven, and yet present in the world,) and how this idea of holding multiple ideas in tension is necessary to celebrate Mother’s Day as a community with thoughtfulness and compassion.
A sermon discussing God’s abundance and humanity’s challenge to live faithfully into it.
Exploring how the biblical passages of the day call for us to let go of what we think we know, in order to follow Jesus into the messy, broken, and love-worthy world.
Seeing the book of Revelation in it’s own context as a rallying cry for courage and unity, and applying that to our own discipleship. Find referenced scripture at http://www.lectionarypage.net/