Sermons for June 2020


Agency

There are many ways to examine this passage. Today we are doing some exegesis from the point of view of the marginalized. Many people see this healing tale as a more progressive way to look at disability and in some ways it is. While in others it is not. The question I want you to… Read More

Alive to God

Falling in love with my spouse, Jen, was a surprise. We sensed that our relationship was a sacred gift, one of our callings in life. And yet, we struggled mightily with our own internalized homophobia. And so, that summer, we rejoiced and we agonized. We barely understood what was happening to us. How could we… Read More

A Posture of Hope

  The Black Visions Collective recently published a video I want to share with you: https://www.facebook.com/LitBLVC/videos/699869394157446/UzpfSTUxNjYxMjIxNDoxMDE1NzQzOTc0NDYxNzIxNQ/ It’s so short and so full of meaning. It really gets to the heart of the matter doesn’t it? Breathing is a fundamental right. And yet white supremacy has infiltrated our air and we have turned breathing into a privilege… Read More

Scripture and Reflections from the Congregation

  Ezekiel 36: 25–26: I will sprinkle clean water upon you, and you shall be clean from all your uncleannesses, and from all your idols I will cleanse you. A new heart I will give you, and a new spirit I will put within you; and I will remove from your body the heart of stone… Read More