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Message This week I will conclude the sermon series, “I’ve been wondering…” Over the last several weeks I have reflected on questions you asked: Why does a Loving God allow good people to suffer? Does God have a plan for my life? Why doesn’t God answer my prayers? The last question I’ll tackle is, “How […]
Prayer is part of my life. Every morning I spend time in contemplative prayer – lifting my life before God and centering myself for the day. I pray for healing for patients in hospitals and for guidance for their caregivers. I pray blessings upon couples at weddings, children and teenagers at baptisms, and for those who have died and their families at funerals. I even say […]
“Is it okay to question and doubt?” I’ve heard that question in at least a dozen ways: • “What if I don’t believe God created the world in six literal days? Can I still be a Christian?” • “Do I have to believe everything the Methodist Church says it believes?” • “How could God ever love me if God knew some […]
“Does God have a plan for my life?” That is one of the questions you asked me to address as part of the current sermon series, “I’ve been wondering…” Does God have a plan for my life? If so, what is it? For some people the answer to this question is obvious. They might point to our scripture passage for this week, “For I […]
This week I’m continuing a new sermon series, “I’ve been wondering…” Over the last several months you have submitted questions about which you have been wondering. Questions like, “How can a loving God allow good people to suffer?” and “Does God have a plan for my life?” A question that is particularly relevant right now […]
This week I’m beginning a new sermon series: “I’ve been wondering…”. Over the last several months I received questions about which you have been wondering. Does God have a plan for my life? Does prayer work? How can we live together when we don’t agree? This week I invite us to reflect on a question with which humanity has struggled for millennia: Why […]
I love Christmas. I love families gathering with one another. I love the generosity the season prompts in people’s hearts. I love the smells of baking. I love the music. Most of all, I love the story – the story of how God entered the world through the Christ Child. This Christmas will be different for most of us. Many of the rituals that make this season […]