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“But still, he is a really nice guy…the tell-tale words we use too often to soften the unkind things we say about others.”  David Lose, Senior Pastor of Mount Olivet Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, says...
“Why” is probably a question we have all asked at some point, especially after natural or moral disaster. In the parable of the fig tree in Luke 13:1-9, people approach Jesus asking the same question,...
The Rev. Dr. Gary Charles is pastor of Central Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia. In this sermon from Mark 1:14-20 he says, “I’m often astonished at how many people see following Jesus as optional equipment...
There are a lot of things we can lose in life. Here’s a list from the Rev. Dr. Alyce M. McKenzie, Professor of Homiletics at Perkins School of Theology. She says, “We can lose direction,...
A sermon from Luke 13:1-9 for the Third Sunday in Lent by the Rev. Rachel May, Pastor of Boulevard United Methodist Church in Richmond, Virginia.

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