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The Rev. Dr. Susan Cartmell

Susan Cartmell: What Have You Done?

2 Samuel 11:26--12:10

11th Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

August 05, 2018

The Rev. Dr. Susan Cartmell (UCC)


David was a charismatic leader, a brilliant strategist, an ambitious politician, and a man of enormous personal energy. He alone united Israel's various tribes, North and South, into one nation. From his childhood when he showed up to do battle with a sling, he was able to assess danger, recognize opportunity, and face fear. Stories of his military escapades dazzle the imagination, and though they may have grown in the telling, no one doubts his prowess.

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The Rev. Dr. Christopher Girata

Your Prophetic Voice

Luke 13:31-35

Second Sunday in Lent - Year C

February 21, 2016

The Rev. Dr. Christopher Girata (TEC)


A few weeks ago, I received a video link from a friend. In the video, a young man performed a small-scale experiment, a "social experiment" if you will, on the streets of New York. As he sat on the sidewalk by himself, leaning up against a storefront window, the young man held a sign that read, "Homeless: need money for weed, drugs, and alcohol." As people walk by in the video, numerous people stopped to give him money. Some of the people who toss money into his cup say things like, "Stay high man, stay high," and "make sure you get a big bottle." After collecting a meaningful amount of money, his cup filled with cash, the screen goes dark.

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The Rev. Dr. Thomas Lane Butts Transcript

July 05, 2015

You Are Not One of Us

The Rev. Dr. Thomas Lane Butts, Sr. (UMC)

In his anniversary series sermon, Dr. Tom Butts says Jesus wanted lines drawn to include, not exclude. But Jesus himself, and many of his followers through history, have suffered because of their championing of this attitude. But it's worth it.