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The Rev. Dennis Patterson, Jr.

A Meeting on the Shore: The Power of Showing Up!

Luke 8:26-39

5th Sunday after Pentecost - Year C

June 19, 2016

The Rev. Dennis Patterson, Jr. (TEC)


Some time ago, a wise person told me to be careful how you treat people because you never know the things that they are going through. This advice has stuck with me throughout my years, and I've done my best to live into them daily.

All people, regardless of race, class, or situation, deserve to be treated as children of God and nothing less.

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The Rev. Marek Zabriskie

Everyone Loves a Parade

Matthew 21:1-11

Palm Sunday / Passion Sunday - Year A

April 13, 2014

The Rev. Marek Zabriskie (TEC)


Everyone loves a parade, especially after the last six weeks of Lenten gloom. Palm Sunday--the last Sunday of Lent--beckons to us, "Let's hold a parade." The choir and the congregation sing "All Glory, Laud and Honor," and we wave our palm branches. As a child, Palm Sunday was always one of my favorite Sundays. We were given a palm and we were told to wave it. Finally, we children had something to do in church!

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The Rev. Pam Driesell Transcript

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The Rev. Pam Driesell (PCUSA)

The Rev. Pam Driesell explores Paul's hymn to Christ's humility (Phil 2:5-11). "The mind of Christ was not to seek suffering for suffering's sake. It was not to accept injustice as a passive bystander. It was not to turn a blind eye to victims of disaster, disease, or oppression. It was to take up the suffering that would lead to new life.
The Rev. John Gunn

Parable of Life

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

This episode of Be Still and Know, based on Moses' Parable of the Eagle from the Book of Deuteronomy examines how God can stir us from ease and comfort to, as The Rev. John Gunn writes, "to bring us to a more mature, stronger, more useful life."