Sermons

Lindsay

A Eulogy for a Friend

Though today is a day churning with a myriad of emotions, it is also a day that we recognize a beloved child of God and the ways she touched our lives. This is really what embracing each moment is all about, the realization that nothing is completely one thing or another – either all bad or all good. Life, the true gift of life, resonates in the tension of both/and.

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Love, Truth & Action

Reading: 1 John 3:16-24 “What is truth?” is an innately human question. Do the birds twitter about it flying from tree to tree? Or, do the sea otters muse over it

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Handling Conflict

How to handle conflict is something that is sometimes easier said than done, but we need to try – even with our siblings or the people that make it hard

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sent in love

Sent in Love

Sermon on John 13:31-35 You can listen to it HERE. One of my favorite authors is Neil Gaiman. He is world-renowned, heavily awarded, and very invested in his fans. He

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Same Old Story

A writing for Modern Metanoia, ADVENT 1, LUKE 21:25-36 If you have eyes, ears, and/or any kind of awareness of your surroundings, you might be like me right now. Angry.

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A Little Extra

A sermon for Sermons That Work  Trinity Sunday, John 3:1-17. Every extraordinary experience sparks from the ordinary. Take a moment and reflect on the moments that have made you who you

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Join the movement

Join the Movement

An essay for Modern Metanoia on Trinity Sunday, John 3:1-17. Every extraordinary experience sparks from the ordinary.  Full of curiosity, Nicodemus proactively seeks Jesus out at night. Jesus transforms what was

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