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“In order to get to the crux of this Gospel reading this morning, Mark 4:1-11, we’re essentially going to have to forget everything we’ve heard and talked about for the last three or four weeks....
Have you found what you’re looking for? Jim Somerville begins this week’s sermon by quoting a U2 song that begins with these words: “I have climbed the highest mountains, I have run through the fields…but...
Ryan Ahlgrim, pastor of First Mennonite Church, Richmond, Virginia, tells the following story. “One day a tourist approached an Amish man and asked him, ‘Are you a Christian?’ Instead of answering, the Amish man pointed...
In this Sunday’s sermon from Luke 9:28-36 Michael Renninger tells the story of a mother who was dying of cancer, and yet still seemed to care more about her daughters than herself. “I’ll bet you...
In today’s sermon, Ginger Gaines-Cirelli, Senior Pastor of the historic Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington, DC, preaches on Mark 10:35-45. She says, “What Jesus teaches challenges anyone with privilege, anyone who has power over...
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