Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Benefits of Wandering Off

Rev. Harrison’s sermon from Sunday, February 15th, 2015. The text for this week was Mark 1:29-39. May God guide you this week as you wander through the world. The Benefits of Wandering Off When I was in Boy Scouts as … Continue reading

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Skipping to the End

Sermon from March 22nd, 2015. Text for this sermon was John 12:20-33. Skipping to the End This past month I read a book called The Giver. It’s an older book that most everyone I know has already read. When I … Continue reading

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The sermon for Sunday February 8th, 2015 comes from a difficult text: Genesis 19:1-11. But even difficult texts have something to say to us about our relationship with God, and we should listen carefully as we read them. This passage … Continue reading

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Does Love Conquer All?

Sermon from February 1st, 2015. Text for this sermon was 1 Corinthians 8:1-13. Does Love Conquer All? Love conquers all. It is one of the least controversial statements of Christian theology. It is so universally agreeable that Walmart sells framed … Continue reading

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Doodling in God’s Presence

Sermon from January 18th, 2015. Text for this week’s sermon comes from Exodus 35:30-36:7. Doodling in God’s Presence Bezalel was a doodler. He carved doodles on the trees while he was out tending sheep, and he doodled when it was … Continue reading

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