Monthly Archives: September 2017

A Space for Everyone

September 24, 2017              16th Sunday of Pentecost Exodus 16:2–15         Philemon 1:21–30        Matthew 20:1–16 Do you know the TV show, Undercover Boss? It started when a British television executive, Stephen Lambert, was laid over in the Seattle airport, which … Continue reading

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The Correct Way to Get Closer to God?

September 17, 2017              15th Sunday in Pentecost Exodus 14:19–31        Romans 14:1–12         Matthew 18:21–35 There is a neat Buddhist parable that I would like to share with you. There was once a Buddhist Sage, a really wise, wonderful, and loving … Continue reading

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May Love Guide Us

September 10, 2017              14th Sunday in Pentecost Exodus 12:1–14          Romans 13:8–14
        Matthew 18:15–20 There are times when I read the Bible and I think, “What on earth was happening that someone was compelled to say that?”   Usually this happens when … Continue reading

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Looking Through the Other’s Eyes

Guest Preacher: Rev. Eileen Eppersen.  Eileen filled in for me when I was on vacation.  Here is a copy of her sermon printed with her permission — Thanks Eileen! September 3, 2017 1 Corinthians 8: 1-13         … Continue reading

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Growing Into the Body of Christ

August 27, 2017                     12th Sunday of Pentecost Exodus 1:8–2:10         Romans 12:1–8           Matthew 16:13–20 The New Testament is divided into four sections. The Gospels, which tell the story of Christ; The Book of Acts, the story of how the early church … Continue reading

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