Monthly Archives: July 2015

To Know the Love of Christ — Eph 3 — Sunday July 26 2015

To Know the Love of Christ — By Deacon in training Julie Butcher In the name of God, Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer. Amen. A few weeks ago, I was in Midway, Utah, about an hour’s drive from Salt Lake City, attending … Continue reading

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Where is our journey leading — Mark 6:30-34, 53-56 — Sunday July 19 2015

Sunday, July 19, 2015 Mark 6:30-34, 53-56 The metaphor of ‘the journey’ appears in literature (like the patriarchs in the book of Genesis, Homer’s Odyssey, and thousands more);  ‘the journey’ appears in technology (all the motorcar adverts, and the Google … Continue reading

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When there is catastrophe in our life — Amos 7:7-15 — July 12, 2015

When everything seems to be going in the wrong direction Aren’t there times in our lives that it seems that everything is going in the wrong direction?  Despite our best efforts, perhaps, still, things seem to be falling apart. In … Continue reading

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WHEN WE CAN’T SEE HEALING — Mark 6:1-13 — July 5 2015

HIDDEN (OR INACCESSIBLE) IN PLAIN SIGHT: There have surely been many attempts to deal with pain and inflammation in human history.  In 1763, the Rev. Edward Stone noted that the (white) willow tree was effective in reducing fever.  The active … Continue reading

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