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June 2, 2013, Pentecost 2 – Go to the One in Charge

To listen to this sermon, click here: There is a fairly well-known book by Rabbi Kushner that seeks to provide an answer for the age-old dilemma of the Problem of Evil, which is this: why do terrible things happen in a world governed by a good God. I haven’t read the book; I only know …

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May 26, 2013 Trinity Sunday – Deacon Rick Littlejohn

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May 19, 2013, Pentecost – Expect to be Surprised

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May 9, 2013 – Ascension Day

There is no recording available for this sermon. Every Sunday, as we prepare to take Communion, we offer up the bread and the wine with these words: “We celebrate the memorial of our redemption, O Father…recalling his death, resurrection, and ascension, we offer you these gifts.” Every time we pray that prayer, we remind ourselves …

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March 28, 2013, Maundy Thursday – I Will Make You Washers of Feet

At the Passover, Jesus gathered his disciples around the table for this one last time. It was the last time they would all share a meal together, the last time before their lives would all be changed forever. By that evening Judas would be found to be a traitor, and the rest of them cowards …

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March 29, 2013, Good Friday – The PT of the Cross

To listen to this sermon, click here: The PT of the Cross I passed on an email this past week that I received from Deacon Pat, about little Natalie TaRiele, who was seriously injured in a car accident one year ago. She was just seven years old when the accident happened. Natalie has been on …

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