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The Shema

A sermon by Pastor Michael Pahl on January 13, 2019, called “The Shema.” It is the first in a series called “Reading the Bible with Jesus.” The sermon is a reflection on the opening of the Shema, the daily Jewish prayer, … Continue reading

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Birth Stories

A sermon by Lora Braun on December 30, 2018, the First Sunday after Christmas, called “Birth Stories.” It is a reflection, in part, on the story of Samuel’s birth in 1 Samuel 1-2, and on the story of Jesus’ birth … Continue reading

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Restore Us, O God

A sermon by Peter Hildebrand on December 23, 2018, the Fourth Sunday of Advent, called “Restore Us, O God.”

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Rejoicing in Justice

A sermon by Pastor Michael Pahl on December 16, 2018, the Third Sunday of Advent, called “Rejoicing in Justice.” It is a reflection on Luke 3:1-18. Here is a written excerpt from the conclusion: “Prepare the way of the Lord! … Continue reading

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Pointing to Peace

A sermon by Pastor Michael Pahl on December 9, 2018, the Second Sunday of Advent, called “Pointing to Peace.” It is a reflection on Luke 1:57-79. Here is a written excerpt: There’s a lot of singing in the first two … Continue reading

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For Goodness’ Sake

A meditation by Pastor Lawrence Siemens on December 2, 2018, the First Sunday of Advent, called “For Goodness’ Sake.” It is a reflection on the different ways we understand personal “righteousness,” and how despite these differences we can all confess … Continue reading

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Confident Faith, Courageous Love

A sermon by Pastor Michael Pahl on November 18, 2018, called “Confident Faith, Courageous Love,” reflecting on Hebrews 10:19-25. Here is a written excerpt from the introduction: Fifteen years. It had been fifteen years since the first round of persecutions. … Continue reading

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