Srsly, come and see!

January 17, 2021
Come and see. When Nathaniel expressed his doubt about whether a poor rabbi from Nazareth could be the Promised One of God, Philip didn't tell him about the inspiring worship,…

Now what?

January 10, 2021
The revelation of the angelic host to the shepherds at their flocks by night was startling, and wonderful, and, well, revelatory. But for those shepherds... was it life-changing? Or did…
The revelation has come again! And… it has gone. Some of us already have put away our decorations, packed up "Christmas" until next year, others of us are getting started,…

I have no words

December 24, 2020
There aren't really words for what we experience in the coming of Jesus into the world. We can, and do, try to express our wonder in words, but the words…
Where do we encounter God? And where does God encounter us? When King David offered to build a house for God, God told him no. It wasn't his job to…

Deck the halls

December 13, 2020
After finding the mess and cleaning it up, what now? Decorations! We’ve got to make the place look great for those who are coming. We want our welcome to be…

Join the crew

December 6, 2020
Many of our Christmas songs give us a feeling of quiet anticipation, of waiting in stillness for the coming of the Christ Child. But our scriptures call us to a…
We start off the new Christian year on this first Sunday of Advent, understanding that Company's Coming on Christmas Day... but we're not ready. Because, let's face it, this place…
There are natural pauses in life -- pauses in conversation, pauses in work, pauses in relationships, pauses born out of confusion, pauses that offer times for introspection. Sometimes these pauses…
This Sunday we talked about a bunch of different passages, seemingly different themes, that all go bunched together in the Sermon on the Mount. Why are they all together? Well, it…
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