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  • “I have learned things in the dark that I could never have learned in the light, things that have saved my life over and over again, so that there is really only one logical conclusion.
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Barbara Brown Taylor

SERMON: FOLLOWING GOD

There is nothing cuter than a new born lamb trying to get its legs underneath itself or to watch seven or eight of them few days later cavort about the pen without a care in the world. 1,223 more words

Sermons

How Has the Shepherd been Good?

22 April 2018 – 4th Sunday of Easter

A reading from the gospel of John 10:11-18.  Listen for God’s word to us.  And remember that these are words the early Christian community recorded as being on the lips of Jesus.  1,516 more words

Sermons

The Stories We Tell: Science, faith, and cultural distinctiveness

“Once upon a time, there was a demiurge called Tiamat. Tiamat was the ocean, chaotic and powerful. Tiamat’s husband, freshwater, was troubled by their sons – the gods – who had come together and made great noise, and wanted to kill them. 929 more words

Evolution

Feel This

Barbara Brown Taylor, in Learning to Walk in the Dark, asks “What if I could learn to trust my feelings instead of asking to be delivered from them?  1,289 more words

In my anger

Psalm 4:3-5

    the Lord hears when I call to him.

4 Be angry, and do not sin;
    ponder in your own hearts on your beds, and be silent.  1,021 more words

Barbara Brown Taylor and John the Baptist

At this point, my fascination with John the Baptist is no surprise to anyone who reads this blog. Perhaps that is why I want to feature Barbara Brown Taylor’s sermon “Wherever the Way May Lead.” If you desire to read the sermon in its entirety, I recommend you purchase… 581 more words