Monthly Archives: July 2010

There’s plenty of work to do

Sermon for Pentecost 7 Luke 10:1-12,16-20  +  1 Kings 17:1-16  +  Galatians 6:1-10,14-16 “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.”  That’s how Jesus saw the Judean landscape as he slowly made his way to Jerusalem to be crucified.  … Continue reading

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There is no, “Yes, Lord, but first…”

Sermon for Pentecost 6 Luke 9:51-62 + 1 Kings 19:14-21 + Galatians 5:1,13-25 “Yes, Dad, but first, let me…” whatever.  Parents hear it all the time.  Some direction is given, some instruction, some command to “Do this or that,” and … Continue reading

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