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We're Doomed #2: The Problem No One Wants to Talk About

It’s post-Easter and perhaps not the best time to return to my take on our “doomed” problem. But, it’s something that I’m now thinking about almost all the time. 884 more words

Seeking and Knowing Jesus: The Journey in a Faith Community

St. Andrew’s United Church, Sault Ste. Marie

Sunday, March 22, 5th Sunday of Lent

Text:  John 12:20-33

Today, we begin a new journey — A journey together not just with me as your Minister, but a journey together as a community.  1,362 more words

St. Andrew's (Sault Ste. Marie) Messages

"Spiritual" sermon by Gary W. Smith, March 15

Many people say, “I’m spiritual but not religious.” I get it. . . .  But what I hear is: “I believe—and I’m just not sure what I believe.” From Gary Smith’s sermon on March 15, 2015, on Spiritual (one of Plymouth’s four core words: Loving, Relevant, Spiritual and Transforming). 17 more words


paradox – a sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Lent

a sermon, based on 1 Corinthians 1.18-25, preached with the people of St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church, Spartanburg, SC, Sunday, March 8, 2015

The message of the cross is foolishness…but…it is the power of God…For (as)…the world did not know God through wisdom, God decided, through the foolishness of our proclamation, to save those who believe. 1,266 more words


Spiritual But Not Religious, Really?

I meet so many young adults who are “spiritual but not religious.” What does that mean? It is like saying I love coffee but I don’t drink it. 547 more words


Oh, Hello Again!

Yes, it’s been that long. Yes, I’ve been seemingly quiet, but no such thing in real life. Soon to follow is my latest report, but first I want to share a significant part of the soundtrack to the work I’ve been composing, including last night’s (as I prepare to work again). 474 more words

Spiritual but not religious, revisited

The Rev. Lillian Daniel, who is so often wise and measured, kicked up a duststorm on the internet a few years ago among people who think about spirituality, religion, and the communities that make them possible, when she published… 897 more words

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