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Proper 17a 2014: Faith is a verb

Exodus 3:1-15 Romans 12:9-21 Matthew 16:21-28 Frederick Buechner writes, Faith is better understood as a verb than as a noun, as a process than as a possession. It is on-again-off-again rather than once-and-for-all. Faith is not being sure where you … Continue reading

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Proper 15a 2014: Kyrie

Matthew 15:21-28 Jesus has just done verbal battle with the scribes and Pharisees in Jerusalem. He retreats, or tries to, and that’s where we pick up the story. Now it was improper for a woman to address a man in … Continue reading

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Lent2c_2013: walking

Luke 13:31-35 Our outward journey in Lent takes place as we walk with Jesus, in Scripture, toward Jerusalem.  Jesus is quite focused on his journey.  “Yet today, tomorrow, and the next day I must be on my way…”  Thanks for … Continue reading

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