A Week To Give With Passion

Brief comments on ways in which we might approach Holy Week and give of ourselves with Passion, with a poem from Ann Weems “Kneeling in Jerusalem”. The Rev. Amanda Musterman on Palm Sunday, 4/9 Year A. Matthew 21:1-11, Psalm 118:1-2, 19-29. Podcast: Play...

Dry Bones of Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge, Ezekiel’s Dry Bones, and Lazarus all remind me that God provides life in the midst of situations impossible. The Rev. Amanda Musterman on April 2, 2017. Lent V, Year A. Ezekiel 37:1-14, and John 11:1-45. Podcast: Play in new window |...

Mission Impossible

Faith is the belief in that which is unseen. Throughout humanity, there have been many impossibilities. Like the blind man who was healed, our mission is to share those impossibilities. 1 Samuel 16:1-13 and John 9:1-41 Podcast: Play in new window |...

The Orthodox Heretic

Sharing a story from Peter Rollins “Orthodox Heretic”, the Rev. Monty Moore reminds us that as people of faith we are to live with unhardened hearts as we take care of those around us. Psalm 95 and John 4:5-92. The Rev. Monty Moore on Lent III, year A....

The Discernment of Light and Dark

As Christians, we discern God’s call for our lives. Sometimes light hits us in the face. Like Paul, or Abraham, we make life-changing decisions on a whim of Holy Spirit. Other times, the spirit brings things into focus in a slow, deliberate darkness like...