Monthly Archives: July 2015

“Remember the Spirit,” a sermon for Purple Sunday (Alzheimer’s Awareness)

Romans 8:35-39: 35 Who will separate us from Christ’s love? Will we be separated by trouble, or distress, or harassment, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or sword? 36 As it is written, We are being put to death all day long for your sake. … Continue reading

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Rubble (Ephesians 2: 11-22)

So remember that once you were Gentiles by physical descent, who were called “uncircumcised” by Jews who are physically circumcised. 12 At that time you were without Christ. You were aliens rather than citizens of Israel, and strangers to the covenants of … Continue reading

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Kicking Up Dust: Mark 6: 1-13

Mark 6: 1-13: Jesus left that place and came to his hometown. His disciples followed him.2 On the Sabbath, he began to teach in the synagogue. Many who heard him were surprised. “Where did this man get all this? What’s this … Continue reading

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We All Have a Story…Our Journey to Parenthood

In case you haven’t heard, my husband and I recently announced to my congregation (and to the rest of the world, aka, Facebook) that we are expecting a baby, due in January.  We know it’s a boy already because we … Continue reading

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Courage to Be Made Whole (reflections on the bleeding woman)

Mark 5:21-24 Jesus crossed the lake again, and on the other side a large crowd gathered around him on the shore. Jairus, one of the synagogue leaders, came forward. When he saw Jesus, he fell at his feet and pleaded with him, … Continue reading

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