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“We’ve all had experiences where something disrupts the norm and somebody does something that is inappropriate,” says Brian McLaren in his introduction to this week’s sermon.  This naked man running around  a graveyard in Luke...
In today’s sermon, Will Willimon tells the story of a friend who, at mid-life, decided that he wanted to learn how to fly. Willimon remembers, “He felt growing anxiety in himself as he contemplated that...
William H. Willimon, United Methodist Bishop and Professor of the Practice of Ministry at Duke Divinity School, preaches a sermon called “Can I Get a Simple Answer?” from John 3:14-21. He says, “Poisonous serpents, a...
You need a good Lutheran to preach on the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, and Rolf Jacobson is a good Lutheran. He’s Professor of Old Testament and the Alvin N. Rogness Chair of Scripture,...
“In today’s long reading from Luke 8:26-56, Jesus crosses three different boundaries to save three very different people from three very different crises. In each case, he restored that saved person to his/her community,” begins...
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