Monthly Archives: May 2018

Given to Jesus (05/13/18)

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Read Acts 1:15-17, 21-26 There’s good news in our Bible reading today. The good news is that nothing can stop God’s loving mission to bless this world and every person in it. Nailing Jesus to a cross can’t stop it, … Continue reading

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Chosen to bear fruit (05/06/18)

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Read John 15:12-17 This morning we look at Jesus’ words from our gospel reading, where Jesus says, “You did not choose me, but I chose you. And I appointed you to go and bear fruit.” The fruit of an apple … Continue reading

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Not as the world gives (04/29/18)

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Read John 14:23-29 This morning, I invite you to visualize peace. What would peace look like for you, and how would you describe that? I’m going to invite you to close your eyes, and in your mind, visualize a picture … Continue reading

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How are the dead raised? (04/22/18)

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Read 1 Corinthians 15:35-38, 42-44, 50-57 On the way home from an Ash Wednesday service a young boy asked his mother, “Is it true, Mommy that we are made of dust?”…“Yes, dear.”…“And do we go back to dust again when … Continue reading

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The Grace of Another Day (04/15/18)

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Read John 21:1-19 An old comic strip shows a man at the doctor’s office. The man’s hair is frizzed, his legs trembling, and his shirttail hanging out. He says, “Doctor, I’d like to see things a little less clearly.” It’s … Continue reading

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