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Today’s passage is one that we are probably all familiar with at some level. Luke 6:27-38 includes “The “Golden Rule,” “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Jim Somerville, pastor of...
We’ve heard the Beatitudes often. We are familiar with these words of Jesus from Luke 6:17-26. Father Michael Renninger, Pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia, says, “Despite our best efforts to sugar...
In his work with college students, Will Willimon often dealt with young adults asking the proverbial question, “What should I do with my life?” In today’s sermon, he confronts the question of vocation, a question...
“What do you expect from a sermon?”  It’s a question Will Willimon has asked many people through the years and he’s gotten a lot of interesting answers.  But if you had asked the people in...
In this Sunday’s sermon from Luke 4:14-21 New Testament professor Scott Spencer says, “Just as everyone remembers their first kiss, so preachers remember their first sermons. In both cases it’s usually a bittersweet memory,” But...
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