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Sermons and Bible Studies

The Opposite Of Scoffing, Easter 7 (B) – 2012

May 20, 2012

“Once there was a little girl who always laughed and grinned and made fun of everyone, of all her blood and kin, and once when there was company and old […]

If We Love One Another…, Easter 6 (B) – 2003

May 25, 2003

If we love one another, God lives in us, and his love is perfected in us. To pluck their lives from death and to feed them in time of famine. […]

A Young Man Throws…, Lent 5 (B) – 2003

April 06, 2003

A young man throws open the door and bounds across the church basement floor carrying a stack of books. He heads for the circle of chairs assembled for this Sunday […]

The Unseen, Seen, Proper 23 (A) – 2002

October 13, 2002

A man flips lazily through the television channels and stops for a few minutes to look at a religious program. He then turns the set off, gets up, and walks […]

Some of You Might Have Seen…, Proper 18 (A) – 2002

September 08, 2002

Some of you might have seen the film Signs this summer. Behind the scary, horror movie surface of its narrative is the very human story of a priest whose wife […]

Once a Young Man…, Easter 6 (A) – 2002

May 05, 2002

Once a young man mentioned to his pastor that he had a love of poetry but that he noticed poetry was never mentioned at church. “Would it be possible,” he […]

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