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The Rev. Andrew Taylor-Troutman Transcript

June 07, 2015

Go, Church, Go!

The Rev. Andrew Taylor-Troutman (PCUSA)

In his sermon, Andrew Taylor-Troutman says we are terrified our churches will fail. And you know what? Perhaps the church will never be the same again. How much more important, then, to remember that resurrection comes only after death. And that the life-giving Spirit of God cannot be restrained. With such faith, we might discover that—in the word, go—there’s not only fear, but also freedom.
The Rev. Nancy Christensen Transcript

May 17, 2015

Jesus' PDAs for Us

The Rev. Nancy Christensen (ELCA)

In her sermon, Pastor Nancy Christensen says, "By allowing ourselves to communicate freely as Jesus does, we find that the depth of relationship--so evident between Father and Son--is not beyond our grasp. It is a relationship that only our own boundaries and our own barriers can ever prevent."
The Rev. Dr. Timothy Smith Transcript

May 10, 2015

Last Words

The Rev. Dr. Timothy Smith (ELCA)

Jesus' last words to his disciples were full of love. Dr. Tim Smith asks, what is it that matters, when all else--including life itself--is said and done? What is the most compelling, most powerful, most enduring force in all of the cosmos? It is love.
The Rev. Canon C. K. Robertson Transcript

February 01, 2015

Right-Minded or Big-Hearted?

The Rev. Canon Charles K. Robertson (TEC)

The Apostle Paul argues that the Corinthians' views were damaging the faith of young and weak believers. The Rev. Dr. Chuck Robertson says we must decide whether to insist on being right, or to rather be big-hearted in our relationships with others.
Ashley Rosser Transcript

May 25, 2014

Ashley Rosser: Legacy of Love (FTE Series #4)

Ashley Rosser (UMC)

In her message for the FTE "Inspiring Young Leaders to Shape the Future" series, Ashley Rosser explores the meaning of Jesus' words about love in John 14, and challenges Christians to demonstrate love more meaningfully as a community of faith.
The Rev. Marek Zabriskie Transcript

April 13, 2014

Everyone Loves a Parade

The Rev. Marek Zabriskie (TEC)

In his Palm Sunday sermon, Dr. Marek Zabriskie says Palm Sunday reminds us that God’s love is the only thing that makes sense out of human suffering, conflict, and tragedy. God’s love doesn’t explain it all away, it just makes those things more possible to bear, to see in them the hand of God reaching out to redeem us and make us whole.
The Rev. Dr. Blair Monie Transcript

March 16, 2014

A Serpentine Story

The Rev. Dr. Blair Monie (PCUSA)

In his sermon for the 2nd Sunday in Lent, Dr. Blair Monie helps us understand the image of the bronze serpent Jesus used in his conversation with Nicodemus, encouraging us, too, to lift our eyes and be born from above.
The Rev. Robert H. Naylor Transcript

November 10, 2013

Jesus Says Everything Is Small Stuff, Except...

The Rev. Robert Naylor (UCC)

In his sermon on Luke 20, Bob Naylor says that Jesus calls us to focus on the big stuff in life: to love God, and to love neighbor as self. This isn't easy in a greedy world obsessed with big stuff that's really small stuff.
The Rev. Dr. W. Mark Ralls Transcript

August 11, 2013

Fire and Soap

The Rev. Dr. Mark Ralls (UMC)

The prophet Malachi uses the images of the refiner's fire and the fuller's soap to describe God's desire to peel away the layers of dross and dirt that encase our hearts, so we can rediscover our true selves. In this week's sermon, Dr. Mark Ralls unpacks this for us.

The Right Rev. Stacy Sauls Transcript

June 30, 2013

The Cranky Jesus

The Right Rev. Stacy Sauls (TEC)

Bishop Stacy Sauls explores Luke 9:51-62 and discovers a Jesus we can relate to, and shows us that nothing that matters is accomplished without effort--and sometimes frustration--and so we must keep our eyes on the goal set before us.