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  • I Need Reminders

    by Anne Moman Brock
  • Exegesis (Psalm 111)

    by Richard Donovan
  • Epiphany 4B (2021)

    by Shauna Hannan
  • Sermon Starters (Epiphany 4B)(2021)

    by Scott Hoezee
    The first and great commandment tells us to love the Lord our God with everything we’ve got. We are called to be lovers of God. But when you love someone, you love what that person loves, you are invested in what brings your lover joy. If your spouse is an artist, then you as a lover take a keen interest in your spouse’s artwork, gladly go with that person to art museums and then listen carefully to how your spouse describes the works of art you encounter there. Good lovers take an interest in each other’s work and so listen attentively at the end of any given workday when the events of that day at the office or wherever are described. We are all called to be amateur students of God’s creation, studying the works of the Lord because the Bible tells us that God himself takes delight in those things. Why would any of us who claim to love the Lord above all take anything other than also a keen delight in all the works of the Lord? And when we do, as Psalm 111 reminds us, we find an ever-expanding list of reasons to praise the Lord our God!
  • Epiphany 4B (2021)

    by Jonathan Platter
  • Proper 15B

    by Howard Wallace
  • Epiphany 4B

    by Howard Wallace

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  • Proper 15B (2018)

    by John Gibbs
  • Epiphany 4B (2018)

    by Shauna Hannan
  • The Hallelujah Chorus

    by Stephen Hearne
  • Epiphany 4B (2018)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Proper 23C (2019)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Preaching Helps (Proper 15B)(2018)

    by Scott Hoezee
    The first and great commandment tells us to love the Lord our God with everything we’ve got. We are called to be lovers of God. But when you love someone, you love what that person loves, you are invested in what brings your lover joy. If your spouse is an artist, then you as a lover take a keen interest in your spouse’s artwork, gladly go with that person to art museums and then listen carefully to how your spouse describes the works of art you encounter there. Good lovers take an interest in each other’s work and so listen attentively at the end of any given workday when the events of that day at the office or wherever are described. We are all called to be amateur students of God’s creation, studying the works of the Lord because the Bible tells us that God himself takes delight in those things. Why would any of us who claim to love the Lord above all take anything other than also a keen delight in all the works of the Lord? And when we do, as Psalm 111 reminds us, we find an ever-expanding list of reasons to praise the Lord our God!
  • Sermon Starters (Proper 23C)(2019)

    by Scott Hoezee
    In late-September Beatles singer Paul McCartney appeared on Stephen Colbert’s late night show. The audience gave McCartney a sustained standing ovation with thunderous clapping and cheering as they extolled the songwriting skills of a man whose music has touched millions for over 50 years now. It’s not that it’s unusual to suggest people extol someone for their great works of art or other achievements. It’s just that we too often fail to notice what God has done. If we could see more clearly the wondrous works of God, probably no psalmist would need to goad us to extol God for it all. We’d be too busy standing on our feet, clapping, and cheering!
  • Epiphany 4B (2018)

    by Stan Mast
    Tim Keller has written another brilliant book titled Making Sense of God. In my humble opinion, it is the best apologetic for the Christian faith since Lewis’ Mere Christianity. It doesn’t approach the faith with the same imaginative whimsy as Lewis. Rather, Keller’s book is a powerful engagement with the cultural currents of our society and the philosophical underpinnings that make it what it is. He shows that religion in general meets the needs of human beings better than the secular alternatives and, then, that the Christian faith does that better than any other religion, because of the person of Jesus. I recommend it to everyone, especially to the “cultured despisers.”...
  • Proper 23C (2019)

    by Yolanda Norton
  • Proper 15B (2018)

    by Bruce Puckett

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