Just Be God’s: A Call to Continuing Conversion is a series of blog posts. You might want to start reading it from the beginning: Here.
I want to note that I would have probably never written this sermon if it wasn’t for it being assigned to me. It’s difficult to know what to do when you’re given a story that is 1/5 of the book of Genesis. Because this is the “last” sermon I’ll preach for a while, it gave me more anxiety than it probably should have…
Sermon at the Brookline Church of Christ
May 11, 2014
You’ll have to forgive me for this… It’s the end of the semester, the end of my time in Boston, and you’ve all been so good to me. As nervous as it makes me, I’ve really enjoyed being able gain this experience preaching here, and I have no idea when or if I will ever be able to again. That being said, I hope I’m not judged too harshly here, this one being the “last” I will preach, but also being second in a sort of series on Salvation history leading up to Pentecost. Continue reading “Sermon on Sarah and Abraham”
Reposted from BetterLifeHealing.com. Spread the Love.
Today is Patriot Day, a day of remembrance for the attacks of 9/11. This happened 12 years ago, but with the Syrian conflict looming in the background TV news of our supper tables, it’s as close to home as ever. Continue reading “Spread the love: Making 9/11 a Day of Forgiveness”
I’m not ready (for positive change, or what I want).
When is anyone ever fully ready for healing, transformation, change? No one ever looks back and goes, “Oh yeah, I was totally ready for that big (or small) change in my life.” Even when you know it’s coming like moving, a new job, marriage, birth, or even death, you can read all the articles and self-help books, get advice from friends, but in the end, you don’t know how the change is going to effect your life. That’s okay! Continue reading “I’m not ready.”