In the story of Jesus from today’s gospel and in the story of Jonathan Daniels, we see the power of displacement to open our eyes to the wonder of God’s love and grace.
In this parable of the sower, it’s easy to wonder what kind of soil we might be, but Jesus is leading us to think and act like the sower
Jesus invites us to take on his yoke and carry his burden. Jesus is trying to tell us that the opposite choice isn’t to be unyoked or unburdened; it’s to be weighed down by our own self-centeredness
Sermon for July 2 2017
We look in horror as Abraham prepares to sacrifice his son asking what kind of God would ask such a thing. What kind of God indeed?
Sermon for June 18
Jesus sent the Disciples out like sheep among wolves, but the Holy spirit accomplishes the purposes for which it was sent. Through the sacraments and through mission we encounter the Spirit and also manifest it for others.
what does God offer us in the face of our complicity with evil?
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