Monthly Archives: November 2012

A Generous Spirit

This sermon was preached on November 11th, 2012, titled “A Generous Spirit.” The text is Mark’s version of the Widow’s Mite, found in Mark 12:38-44. Growing up in my family, if you asked what’s for dinner, the answer was always … Continue reading

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What Must We Do To Become Saints?

This sermon was from All Saints’ Sunday, November 4th 2012. The text for that Sunday was Mark 12:28-34. It includes a story of Shlomo Carlebach’s. Carlebach was a much better storyteller than I will ever be, so if you’d like … Continue reading

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The Call of Bartimaeus

Sermon from October 28, 2012. Text: Mark 10:46-52. So Jesus and his disciples, along with a large crowd of people, are on their way out of Jerusalem. And on the side of the road is a beggar, a blind man, … Continue reading

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Without a Doubt

This sermon was preached on October 14th, 2012. It is based on two texts, Mark 10:17-31 and Hebrews 4:12-16. It’s the first time I’ve really talked about Hannah in a sermon, and she took it very gracefully. She was a … Continue reading

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