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The Rev. Dr. David Hull

David Hull: Benediction

Isaiah 6:1-8

1st Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

May 27, 2018

The Rev. Dr. David Hull (CBF)

 

The Benediction was my favorite part of the Sunday morning worship service. As a young child, I thought I knew what Benediction meant. The cartoons I watched signed off with "That's all folks!" and I knew the cartoon was over. Benediction was the church's way of saying, "That's all folks!" Soon I could get up and move around. No longer did I have to be quiet and worry about the stern look from my Mother if I was not so attentive. Lunch was not far away. I loved the Benediction and everything that it represented!

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The Rev. Juan Carlos Huertas

Juan Carlos Huertas: Understood

Acts 2:1-13

Pentecost Sunday - Year B

May 20, 2018

The Rev. Juan Carlos Huertas (UMC)

 

All of a sudden, they understood! The scared disciples becoming courageous proclaimers, the hesitant and doubt filled ones now bold and assured, the Aramaic speaking ones, now heard in all possible tongues. What was happening?

Jesus had promised from the very beginning that he would leave but that he would not leave the disciples alone. Again, and again, he told them that he would die and leave them, but the disciples did not believe. In fact, often they responded in despondency and anger. "Stop talking about that!" They would say.

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May 13, 2018

Juan Carlos Huertas: Why Are You Looking Up?

The Rev. Juan Carlos Huertas (UMC)

The Rev. Juan Carlos Huertas says Ascension Sunday moves us from the long narrative of Jesus’ life that culminated with his death and resurrection and now lands us at this moment--and as Jesus ascends to the heavens, we, like his disciples, are left wondering--what now?
The Rev. Kimberly S. Jackson Transcript

May 06, 2018

Kimberly S. Jackson: Quack Like a Duck: Singing in the Rain

The Rev. Kimberly Jackson (TEC)

In her sermon on Psalm 98, the Rev. Kimberly S. Jackson says the psalmist encourages us all to remember the sunshiny days, the victories in life in the past, and to sing with gratitude to God about them. No matter what is going on around us in the world or in our lives we can praise God.
The Rev. Dr. David Gushee Transcript

April 29, 2018

David Gushee: Justice Denied--Except from the God of Love

The Rev. Dr. David Gushee (CBF)

Dr. David Gushee says the texts for the 5th Sunday of Easter reveal a God who calls us to love and serve those for whom justice has been denied. We start with the Ethiopian Eunuch of Acts 8, who while reading Scriptures came across the suffering servant in Isaiah 53 and must have seen some parallels with his own life as one excluded and even humiliated. But there he reads of a God who, in and through that humiliation and injustice, redeems.
The Rev. Jason Micheli Transcript

April 22, 2018

Jason Micheli: A Sheep Without Verbs

The Rev. Jason Micheli (UMC)

The Rev. Jason Micheli says that to profess that the Lord is your shepherd is to confess that you are a sheep--which really means you are lame, stubborn, stupid. Sheep don’t do any work by which they merit their worth; they’re only good for their wool and their meat. The only real work, if you can call it work, a sheep performs is listening to the shepherd’s voice.
The Rev. Jason Micheli Transcript

April 15, 2018

Jason Micheli: Emmaus at the Bass Pro Shop

The Rev. Jason Micheli (UMC)

On the Emmaus Road Jesus encountered two followers, and only when he broke the bread in their home did they recognize him. But that was only possible because they refused to let this strange man on the road remain a stranger—they welcomed him, accepted him, and shared with him.
The Very Rev. Kate Moorehead Transcript

April 08, 2018

Kate Moorehead: Peace--I Got This

The Very Rev. Kate Moorehead (TEC)

In her sermon for the 2nd Sunday of Easter, Dean Kate Moorehead says Jesus told his hiding disciples, "Peace be with you." But what does that mean... and can we claim it today?
The Rev. Dr. Christopher Girata Transcript

April 01, 2018

Chris Girata: Get Up and Live

The Rev. Dr. Christopher Girata (TEC)

In his sermon for Easter Day, Dr. Chris Girata notes that at the tomb Mary Magdalene failed to see what was right in front of her--the risen Lord--and we can often be just like Mary. On this day we get a glimpse into a divine opportunity, the opportunity of Christ and the resurrection, which can enable us to actually live in this dark and scary world.
The Rev. Dr. Christopher Girata Transcript

March 25, 2018

Chris Girata: Parade of Grace

The Rev. Dr. Christopher Girata (TEC)

In his sermon for Palm Sunday, the Rev. Chris Girata says that in his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus was challenging the political and religious leaders, mocking the powerful, openly criticizing the strong, and celebrating the simple grace of God. He was making fun of the Romans and their military parades as a way to point to the true power of God--a power that is found in humility, vulnerability, and grace.