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The Rev. Robin Wilson

Robin Wilson: Rise Up

Matthew 10:24-39

3rd Sunday after Pentecost - Year A

June 25, 2017

The Rev. Robin Wilson (UMC)

 

Besides a bunch of college history professors, who in recent memory talked about the American Revolution until the musical "Hamilton" hit Broadway? In this Tony-Award-winning hit, a gloriously diverse cast uses rap, hip hop, jazz, r&b, ballads, and more to share the life and legacy of Alexander Hamilton with the 21st century. We learn of his tragic childhood, his gifts with the spoken and written word, his passion for justice and revolution, and his human frailties. We hear how he created our federal financial structures and how he made many enemies over the years with his fearlessness in speaking up for the causes in which he believed.

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The Rev. Robin Wilson

Robin Wilson: The Future Harvest

Matthew 9:35--10:8

2nd Sunday after Pentecost - Year A

June 18, 2017

The Rev. Robin Wilson (UMC)

 

"I want my children to have an easier life than I've had. I want them to have every opportunity to seek education, adventure, and to see the world when they are young. But I really want them to come home and settle down near me eventually, get a secure and profitable job, have a nice normal family, if there is such a thing, and provide grandchildren whom I can entertain and spoil as I grow old next to them." These frightened words, from a parent whose child was feeling a calling to ordained pastoral ministry, were heartfelt and almost mournful. This parent feared that life as a pastor would mean a life of economic uncertainty, hard work without weekends off, and the continuous criticism from church members that life would bring to her daughter.

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June 11, 2017

Eric Barreto: In the Beginning and In the End

The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto (CBF)

Dr. Eric Barreto says Genesis chapters 1 and 2 are not a blueprint for the world or a play-by-play of the dawning of creation. Nor are they simply an ancient fairy tale we can dismiss. They’re not about us--they are first and foremost about God.
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June 04, 2017

Eric Barreto: Can't We All Just Get Along?

The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto (CBF)

In his sermon for Pentecost Sunday, Dr. Eric Barreto asks, Based on the account in Acts, what would it mean for a church to be Pentecostal? He says we would seek out all kinds of people without requiring them to become like us, that we cannot be "God’s" people without "those" people.
The Rev. Gordon Stewart

Gordon Stewart: Memorial Day and the Soldier's Helmet

The Rev. Gordon Stewart (PCUSA)

'Memorial Day and the Soldier’s Helmet' is one of the chapters from 'Be Still! Departure from Collective Madness,' by Gordon Stewart, p.10-12.
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May 28, 2017

Chuck Robertson: Power to Press On

The Rev. Canon Charles K. Robertson (TEC)

In his sermon on the Ascension, the Rev. Canon Chuck Robertson acknowledges that life often may not be smooth or fair or prosperous. Sometimes we will find ourselves straining our gaze heavenward, wondering where God is, when will it will all get easier. But there is hope.
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May 21, 2017

Carol Howard Merritt: "I Will Not Leave You Orphaned"

The Rev. Carol Howard Merritt (PCUSA)

Carol Howard Merritt shows us that Jesus looked at his friends--even the ones who would inevitably betray him--with overwhelming concern and love. We are made in the image of God, and in that image we long for one another. We work with and delight in one another. Our lives are not complete without company.
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May 14, 2017

Jessica Christy: "But They Covered Their Ears"

Jessica Christy (ELCA)

Jessica Christy compares the situation with Stephen in Acts, where the angry crowd covered their ears to block out his words before they stoned him to death, to the political scene these days. Yet as Stephen lay dying, he never stops seeing his killers as people worthy of forgiveness and love, and God calls us to have this same approach to others.
The Rev. Dr. Dock Hollingsworth Transcript

May 07, 2017

Dock Hollingsworth: How Big Is the Church?

The Rev. Dr. Dock Hollingsworth (CBF)

Dr. Dock Hollingsworth says the ways of church life have changed over the centuries since the book of Acts--back then they had no building, constitution, by-laws, or even a pastor; they had the presence of the Holy Spirit and each other. Churches today can rediscover their connection with the early church, and find how truly big the church is.
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April 30, 2017

Sarah Condon: Our Low Meets His High

The Rev. Sarah Condon (TEC)

The Rev. Sarah Condon says that, like these disciples on the road to Emmaus, we all want to avoid the suffering and death part of Jesus' story. Among other reasons, by admitting that part of the story we also have to admit that we need God’s forgiveness and grace--our low meets his high.