And so I dare to prophesy: our dreams for the liberation of humankind, our dreams of justice, of human dignity, of peace are meant for this time and this place in history. We are the ones that are called by the Spirit to embody the rush of justice, the roar of love,the whisper of peace and compassion, that carries the words of hope and joy to a broken and grieving world...
Sermon: Sunday, January 24, 2016:Third Sunday after Epiphany (Week of Prayer for Christian Unity)
We are already the thing we wonder if we might become. Now we are the body of Christ, and individually parts of it.
Sermon: Sunday, September 15, 2013: Second Sunday in Creation — Fauna Sunday
Texts: Job 39:1-12,26-30 + Psalm 104:14-23 + 1 Corinthians 1:10-23 + Luke 12:22-31 You’ve heard of the butterfly effect, right? Aside from being the title of a mediocre Ashton Kutcher movie from a decade ago, the butterfly effect is the popular name for a phenomenon described by the field of mathematics known as “chaos theory.” … Continue reading Sermon: Sunday, September 15, 2013: Second Sunday in Creation — Fauna Sunday