Giving Thanks

May 24, 2020
20200524 Sermon   Once upon a time there were ten very sad men.[1] They were sad because they weren’t allowed to live with their families. They couldn’t talk to the…

Let’s Pray

May 10, 2020
20200510 Sermon   Last week we began a worship series with the theme of practicing faith. The focus is on some of the spiritual practices, or spiritual disciplines, that draw…

Practicing Faith

May 3, 2020
20200503 Sermon   Take a moment and list your deepest desires. [1] What is your greatest need right now? What have you been longing for lately? What do you wish…
20200426 Sermon   Peter is a fascinating character. In the book of Acts we discover he’s a great preacher. He’s a mediator, able to bring together people of divergent opinions.…

Seeing and Believing

April 19, 2020
20200419 Sermon   Monologue: Mary (John 20:1-18)[1] When I got there, the stone was. . .rolled away. No guards, no body, no nothing. For just a moment, I. . .I…
20200412 Sermon   We most often read the Easter account from the Gospel of John. And maybe that‘s the one I should have chosen today since we read four stories…

Opposing Emotions

April 5, 2020
20200405 Sermon   It’s incredible how much the world has changed in the last five weeks. When we gathered for worship on March 1, the first Sunday of Lent, the…

Finding Life in Dry Bones

March 29, 2020
20200329 Sermon   Life in Kansas, the U.S., and the world has changed drastically during the past weeks and months. In the midst of the grief, anxiety, fear, and anger…

What? Are We Blind Too?

March 22, 2020
20200322 Sermon   The story from John 9 of the man born blind is a rich text. It is dynamic and multi-dimensional. There are many people in this story who…

The Dignity of Bodies

March 15, 2020
20200315 Sermon Rev   This morning’s sermon contains very few of my own words. The unnamed woman who encountered Jesus at the well as told in John 4:5-42 came to…

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