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Sermon Archive

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JOY

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Love

Everyday we have the choice to lean in to fear or to lean in to love. How’s your spiritual life? Where’s that generous flow of grace for yourself and others?

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Ruckus

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Reimagine

There are so many of us, women, that are so tired. The condition of women and girls in our world is not good. We miss understanding that our world can flourish when we care for our women and girls. Mother’s day was started because some women wanted women to be more involved in politics, to have a voice. How often have we ignored the voice of God because we’ve ignored the voice of women. We celebrate these women as full and equal human beings.

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Restore

Notice how it easy it is to take things for granted. Does anyone ever realize life while living it? Our most primary calling is celebrate and care for the Earth.

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Rebellion

When was the last time you were part of something that was a good Rebellion? Rebellion isn’t actually what we think it is. When we get creative in love, that’s the kind of rebellion that can make actual change in the world.

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Reconciliation

To see with the eyes of Jesus, there is no other, there is only us.

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Easter: Fierce Love

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The Gifts of Misfits

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Disappearing

It’s harder to receive than it is to give. When we’re giving, we’re in control. When we receive, we have to be vulnerable. The love of Jesus doesn’t evaluate or judge. What conditions do we place on others to be loved?

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