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  • Accident of Their Birth

    by Daniel Bollerud
  • Don't Act Like God

    by Daniel Bollerud
  • Every One of Us

    by Frederick Buechner
  • Proper 20C (2013)

    by Christians Eberhart
  • Pray for Everyone

    by Vince Gerhardy
  • Proper 20C (2013)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Praying for Others

    by Philip McLarty
    Prayer is talking and listening to God. I tried to explain this in a children's sermon one Sunday morning, and I'll tell you up front, I fell flat on my face. My premise was this: Talking and listening to God is like talking over the telephone: Like when Grandma calls, you can't see her, but you know she's there, and you can say anything you want, and she'll understand. She just loves to hear your voice. I brought an extension phone from home to use as a prop. I set it on the floor and made my little spiel, then I asked if anyone wanted to try it. I was hoping one of the older kids would volunteer. I figured they'd do a little play acting and sell the idea to the younger children. Instead, a three-year-old raised her hand. Well, I didn't have much choice. I handed her the receiver and said, "O.K., here you go. Just say anything you want to and God will be listening. Susanne put the receiver to her ear and just sat there. I prompted her again. "Go ahead, Susanne, just say whatever comes to your mind." Still, she just sat there. The clock was ticking. The congregation was waiting. Susanne was stuck. Finally, I asked, "Is anything the matter?" She gave me this pitiful look and said, "But there's no one at home."...
  • What God Wants

    by Eleonore Stump
  • Ordinary 25C (2013)

    by Wesley White
  • Thanksgiving (B)(2015)

    by Wesley White

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