Given By Rev. Madison Shockley July 28, 2019 Our reading is referred to as a passage on prayer but it also includes a parable called the friend at midnight. Most people think the neighbor was a terrible friend for not getting up to lend his neighbor some bread. This is not a parable about friendship ...
Today's sermon by Neal Washburn comes to us from the Gospel of Luke, a parable within a story. Jesus is talking to a group of individuals who felt righteous but felt contempt for others. Jesus tells them the parable of a Pharisee and a tax collector
The reading from Jeremiah concerns the delivering a message of defeat. Jeremiah had a difficult job. He had to tell the people of Israel that their government, social, and religious institutions had neglected the issue of social justice that only the outsider, Nebuchadnezzar, could dismantle it.
https://vimeo.com/165978581 Given By Madison Shockley on May 1, 2016 Today's sermon is based on the reading where Paul is spreading the Gospel throughout Macedonia to the centers of power. His journey was mapped out through a dream of a man calling for help. This brings up the question of how do we hear from God ...