Gorilla’d Compassion

Was the nations outcry to Harambe this week compassion or craziness? God always calls us to a life of compassion, sitting deeply with one another. 1 Kings 17:8-24, Psalm 146, Luke 7:11-17. Proper 5C

Mostly Dead, or Slightly Alive?

Miracle Max, in the epic movie Princess Bride explains the difference between mostly dead and all dead. God calls and leads us into all life instead of mostly death. The Rev. Amanda Musterman at St.Patrick, Proper 4C. 1 Kings 18:20-39, Galatians 1:1-12 and
Luke 7:1-10.

Father, Son, & Holy Starbucks?

On Trinity Sunday, we remember that one of the greatest gifts God give us is relational ministry. So no matter what happens at coffee hour, Folgers, Maxwell House, or Starbucks, let us focus on good relationship with one another. Rev. Amanda Musterman on Trinity Sunday. Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31, John 16:12-15.

The Tornadic Power of Oz and Pentecost

Like a tornado that moved Dorthy from Kansas to the land of Oz, the Spirit of Pentecost moves us to a new and foreign land of trust in God’s power. . The Rev. Amanda Musterman, Feast of Pentecost. Acts 2:1-21, Romans 8:14-17, and John 14:8-17, 25-27

All May be One??

Does God really call us to be one? In our society where individualism is idolized, what does it mean to be one with God an God’s call for our collective lives? John 17:20-26. The Rev. Amanda Musterman on the Last Sunday of Easter, 5/7/2015

Always to Have Mercy

God’s Property is always to have mercy. Acts 16:9-15, Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5, John 5:1-9 AND 10-18, Psalm 67. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick Easter 6C.

Rise Up

By the power of the Holy Spirit given to us in Baptism, Jesus calls us to the ministry of resurrection, and helping people rise up. Acts 9:36-43, John 10:22-30, Psalm 23. The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick Episcopal Church. Easter 4C.

Called to Be You-er Than You

Where does the Risen Lord continually show up? The Risen Lord continually shows up to teach us how to use our intrinsic gifts and graces for the glory of God. Acts 9:1-20,, John 21:1-19, Psalm 30, and Dr. Suess. Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s. The Third Sunday of Easter.

Breathing Peace into Fear

Easter lasts for 50 days! And the Risen Lord Appears when the Breathe of Peace breathes into fearful situations, what great news! Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick Episcopal Church, Somerset, Kentucky. The second Sunday of Easter, April 3, 2016. John 20:19-32.

Hear, See, DO! HE IS RISEN

Confucius said, “I hear I forget, I see I remember, I do I understand” Perhaps these are wise words for us on the day of the Resurrection of Christ. May we hear, see, and live Christ’s call to the risen life. John 20:1-18. The First Sunday of Easter with Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick, Somerset, Ky.