Tag Archives: Christianity

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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The Ocean of Hebrews

A Sermon on Hebrews 10:11-25 Persecution is not new. It has been around for centuries – groups of people being tormented or killed for what they believe, or in the case of the IS terrorists, for what those people don’t … Continue reading

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Where the Heart Is

Where do you feel at home? I mean the place you really want to be? I’m not talking about a city or country. Perhaps I should call it your ‘happy place’. For some people, it is the football stadium with … Continue reading

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That’s Not Fair!

Matthew 20:1-16 Jonah 3:10 – 4:11 “That’s not fair!” You have said it too in your lifetime. Am I right? At some point. As a child maybe – especially if you have siblings. They are notorious for demanding fair treatment … Continue reading

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The Grumpy Prophet

A few weeks ago, my husband set a challenge before me to prepare a sermon on some of the most difficult verses in all of scripture: 2 Kings 2:23-25. This is the story of how the Prophet Elisha cursed a … Continue reading

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The Wilderness Within

My husband searches out old manuscripts for his research in all things Biblical.  He frequently travels to Ethiopia and sends me photos of his travels and finds.  Just today, he sent me a photo of a beautiful 15th century manuscript … Continue reading

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The Labyrinth

Last weekend I attended a Women’s Retreat at Kloster Armstorf just north of Munich. In the back garden is this labyrinth to walk for prayer and meditation. Eager to try it, I marched out with four other women. We weren’t … Continue reading

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