Monthly Archives: May 2015

Relate Better than Carl Jung — John 15:26-27, 16:4b-15 — May 24 2015

In the readings today, we learn that you and I can relate to someone more effectively than leaders like Carl Jung or the great psychologists of the world.  Before speaking of that, let me show you how our readings lead … Continue reading

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The Market in My Heart — John 2:13-22 — March 8 2015

To look at the picture of Jesus over the baptismal font near the door of the church building, we see a friendly loving and accepting figure of Christ to those who come to him with faith like little children.  “Let … Continue reading

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Chain Reactions: Conflict, Frontiers, and Barriers — John 15:9-17 — May 10, 2015

CONFLICT, FRONTIERS, AND BARRIERS I once lived in an area that called itself, “Frontier Country”.  That name referred to the history of confrontation there.  I wondered why the inhabitants didn’t choose a new and different identity for their signboards which … Continue reading

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Lord give me a Mercedes Benz — John 17 — May 17 2015

Sunday, May 17, 2015 John 17 When or how do you experience communion with God?  Could it be on a dark, clear, and starry night?  Could it be in a spectacular dawn or sunset?  Could it be through some vista … Continue reading

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