Tag Archives: racism

August 20, 2017, The Paradox of Purity – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000038 We have recently watched two really good movies about racism – both true stories. Hidden Figures, about four brilliant women scientists who worked for NASA in the 1960’s, during the “space race” between the US and Russia, and particularly about Katherine Johnson. The movie shows how these …

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March 26, 2017, Which Blind Man? – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:  Z0000014 There are a lot of amazing stories of healing in the gospels, but the one we read this morning is a bit different. I say that because this story that John tells us about the man who was healed of his blindness isn’t mainly about the man …

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February 5, 2017, Despised and Desperately Needed – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click here:   Z0000007 One of the many impressive and somewhat unbelievable things on TV police dramas is the way the official sketch artist is always able to sit down with the witness and make a drawing that looks exactly like the perpetrator of the crime – the “perp” in police …

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