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Holy Eucharist for Pentecost 3 June 26 2022

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June 19, 2022, But What about the Pigs? Luke 8:26-39 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon click here: That story I just read is surely one of the most dramatic episodes in the gospels. It’s the stuff of TV horror shows – chain-breaking demons and terrorized citizens and naked men hiding among the tombs in the graveyard. But oddly enough, I think one of the most …

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Holy Eucharist for Pentecost 2 June 19 2022

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June 12, 2022, A Meditation on the Trinity by Brother Curtis

Click on the link above to listen to the recording. Today, which is Trinity Sunday, I want to share with you a meditation on the Trinity, from Br. Curtis Almquist of the Society of St. John the Evangelist: Saint Augustine, the African bishop and theologian of the early 5th century, spent many years writing about God …

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Holy Eucharist for Trinity Sunday June 12 2022

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June 5, 2022, The First Cry, Acts 2:1-21- Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

Click the link above to listen to this sermon. My first conscious encounter with the Holy Spirit happened when I was about 14 or 15. A friend of my mother was going to a healing service at her church – it was a Lutheran church – and she offered to bring me along. I had …

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Holy Eucharist for Pentecost June 5 2022

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CommonLife for June and July 2022

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May 29, 2022, Maranatha! Revelation 22, guest speaker Carroll Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click on the link above. Today I get a chance to preach on one of my favorite topics: the End of the World. The text for the sermon today is the last three words of Revelation 22:20. However, I need to summarize the rest of the book of Revelation to …

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May 22, 2022, I Am with You Always, John 14:23-29 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here: Looking back on our three-year cycle, I saw that the last time I preached on this gospel passage, I had just returned home from St. Louis, where I had been staying with my sister in the hospice center while she was dying of breast cancer. I talked about …

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