There are always customs and regulations and laws, traditions cultivated to serve and protect us, which over time have come to choke and restrain us. In the face of such great opposition, we must remember our heritage. We are people marked by God’s promises, blessed with bodies that God made and God loves. We are destined for liberation, not bondage. Because God has shown such faithfulness to us, we are already free. How shall we use our freedom? Who shall we stand beside?
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