This is the starting place. This is the beginning of a new year, which comes weeks before the new year as marked by the empires of this world because God is already moving while we are still waiting. God is moving in the souls of people who know that nothing is hopeless, who cry out to heaven because they still expect God to answer, who can acknowledge their own complicity in the systems that oppress them but long to be free so that all can be free. God is moving in you.
Sermon: Sunday, June 30, 2013: Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Texts: 2 Kings 2:1-2,6-14 + Psalm 77:1-2,11-20 + Galatians 5:1,13-25 + Luke 9:51-62 I’ve been keeping a close eye on the news, watching and waiting for any changes in the condition of the man President Obama has compared to George Washington, South Africa’s Nelson Mandela. Mandela, as you know, became president of South Africa in … Continue reading Sermon: Sunday, June 30, 2013: Sixth Sunday after Pentecost