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Adventures with Striving! (Sermon, July 8, 2018)

Hello Friends! Today’s lesson from Mark finds Jesus going back to his hometown and getting a chilly reception (to say the least).  It seems that the hometown crowd just can’t see past the image of Jesus that they had in … Continue reading

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Adventures with Desperation! (Sermon, July 1, 2018)

Hello Friends! Wow, July has arrived in a strong manner with this terrible heat wave we are having.  I hope that you all are staying cool and hydrated.  Our church has A/C, so come on down, Sundays 8am and 10am. … Continue reading

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Adventures with Napping! (Sermon June 24, 2018)

Hello Friends, I love naps!  (Especially when my baby takes one.)  I think that is why I named this post after naps, even though that isn’t really what the sermon/text is about. I like the idea that Jesus gets tired … Continue reading

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Adventures with Mustard! (sermon, June 17, 2018)

Hello Friends! This week we have 2 parables of growth in Mark, including the famous mustard seed parable.  Jesus calls mustard the “mightiest of shrubs” and that makes me wonder if any company has used that as a slogan (get … Continue reading

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Adventures with Demons! (Sermon, June 10, 2018)

Hello Friends, This week’s story in Mark features the scribes trying to discredit Jesus by accusing him of being possessed by a demon.  That certainly is one way to discredit your enemy, although Jesus expertly turns the accusation back on … Continue reading

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Adventures with the Sabbath! (sermon, June 3, 2018)

Hello Friends, This week we venture in to Mark, to a reading that hasn’t been in rotation for quite some time.  Since Easter was so early this year, we are hearing readings in church that we haven’t heard in a … Continue reading

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Adventures with the Trinity! (Sermon, May 27, 2018)

Hello Friends! After the end of Eastertide last week, we celebrated Trinity Sunday by reading the Gospel of John 3:1-17.  This passage is dense with information and Scriptural references, and it even includes perhaps the most famous line of Scripture, … Continue reading

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