Archive for March, 2017

BREATHING UNDER WATER – Week 4

Our Online Lenten Devotion uses Richard Rohr’s book, Breathing Under Water and Pastor Melissa Earley’s sermon series on the book.  Rohr connects the Gospel and the Twelve Step Program.  Addiction can be a helpful metaphor for sin as it helps us know how God can heal us in the depth of our soul. Each week, […]

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Blessings for the Journey

We are halfway through our Lenten journey, the season of preparing for the mystery of Easter. With many of us planning journeys  for spring break this coming week, I’d like to offer a “Lent on the Go” family discussion starter (see below). Sunday School Updates: On Sunday, we heard the story of “The Greatest Commandment.” […]

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Week 2 “Mirror Mirror” (Sermon March 12)

Breathing Under Water ONLINE LENTEN DEVOTION 2017 Our Online Lenten Devotion uses Richard Rohr’s book, Breathing Under Water and Pastor Melissa Earley’s sermon series on the book.  Rohr connects the Gospel and the Twelve Step Program.  Addiction can be a helpful metaphor for sin as it helps us see how God can heal us in […]

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Does Going to Church Make Us Good People?

Last Sunday, as they often do, the children taught me something new. After we heard the story of Jesus turning over the tables in the temple, I asked how they imagined Jesus felt. “Fierce!” was one reply. Fierce? Hmmm… Yes.  Definitely fierce, I agreed, reminded again that second graders are refreshingly honest and bold.  And […]

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ONLINE LENTEN DEVOTION 2017 Breathing Under Water

  Our Online Lenten Devotion uses Richard Rohr’s book, Breathing Under Water and Pastor Melissa Earley’s sermon series on the book.  Rohr connects the Gospel and the Twelve Step Program.  Addiction can be a helpful metaphor for sin as it helps us how God can heal us in the depth of our soul. Each week, […]

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Letting the Healer do his Work

We don’t have to look very far in the world or very deep into ourselves to see that there is something broken in us and in the world.  We don’t have it all together.  The problems in the world (economic disparity, mean-spiritedness in politics, racism, sexism, misuse of the environment just to name a few) […]

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