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Trust can often be a matter of life and death. Do you trust your doctor? Do you trust the babysitter? Trust in our political leaders is at an all-time low. The trust you have in th...

Jesus tells another parable this morning about what the Kingdom of God is like, and it involves a lot of unknowns. Boy doesn’t that feel familiar right now? There are a lot of thin...

Some scripture passages are so achingly beautiful, poetic and profound that it is probably better to simply stand back and behold them in the assembly than to try to explain or red...

Short-Term Memory Loss

On this Reformation Sunday, we have a Gospel about freedom in front of us. But just like Jesus’ audience, it’s easy to forget how we got here. Scripture: Matthew 22:34-46, John 8:3...

When natural enemies decide to join forces against you, it may be time to panic. When those enemies hold serious power and influence among much of society, it may be time to run. B...

When we receive an invitation, we often have some initial responses: we might check our calendars, we might ask about dress code, and we might even hold our response until we know ...

As we do from time to time, we put the usual preaching schedule on hold while we explore public theology together. We will again field questions from the congregation around the th...

Jesus’ authority is (again) questioned by the powers that be, and his response offers more questions than answers, as per usual. We have these same questions today, don’t we? Who i...

Let’s be honest, sometimes the bible bugs us. Why should a lifetime criminal have a place in heaven right next to the lifetime, active church member, just because of some jailhouse...

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