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Heaven on Earth

(A Sermon based on Matthew 24 and 25) What is heaven to you? Is it a place where your favorite things or activities take place, up there in the stratosphere after you die? Is it a golden stretch of beach … Continue reading

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The Cheerful Giver

2 Corinthians 9:6-15 The reading we heard this morning from second Corinthians takes place within the context of fundraising. You probably don’t think of Paul as a fundraiser, but he did a lot of that on his travels. To set … Continue reading

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Faithfulness and Abraham’s Wobble

When you think of the word ‚faithful’, do you think of an object? The word ‘faithful’ reminds me of a rock.  While ‘faith in Christ’ may be solid and as reliable as a rock, faithfulness is something altogether different.  Faithfulness … Continue reading

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Fiscally Faithful (a sermon on Luke 16:1-13)

It is hard to give away money.  Think about it. What goes through your mind when you see a beggar on the street? My mind gets filled with so many questions, it is like a brain gridlock. How much will help? … Continue reading

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Spiritual Generosity

Generosity is most often aligned with the idea of giving money, time or talents. And that is correct. There is, however, a generosity of spirit that displays itself in somewhat surprising ways. A person who is spiritually generous makes room … Continue reading

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The God of One

(When Rev Steve asked if I would preach today, he said that “it is about the visit of Mary to Elizabeth, and it would be nice to have a woman preach on this because it would give a perspective that … Continue reading

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The Rewrite

(NOT a sermon – well in the strict sense) “I killed a Bible study once.” Those were the words I had planned as the opening to my sermon on Hebrews – until the attack on Paris – and that event … Continue reading

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