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#love of a #black #genderfluid prob. considered #disabled man, pondering Acts 8

When I did a search for the bulletin cover for this week I noticed something. I could find many artworks entitled “Baptism of the Eunuch” for the bulletin (that’s where I got today’s bulletin cover), but no children’s worksheets. As you may or may not know, we are trying, very hard, to be more inclusive … Continue reading

I will be your #God, You will be #my People–this is my promise to you

Sermon Snippet: The Presbyterians of the United States have been almost embarassingly blessed in the past, so to feel anything but hope now would be…foolish (Tom Are) So the promise that we need to know, the one that we have trouble with, but the promise that God continues to make through Abraham, Moses and in … Continue reading

Difference between Tedtalks and Sermons

Difference between Tedtalks and Sermons I actually looked at the Tedtalks guidelines to help with my Ignite Presentation Lonely Ministry & Lonely Church, but this article clearly spells out the differences

The Mystery of Ministry

“Why would you want to work only 1 day a week, and that’s a half day” –my mother…obviously before she was a pastor, trying to understand why my father was considering the ministry…. Similarly, my friend’s boss once said she wish she could have an easy job, like me…my friend laughed and said that I … Continue reading

dang you sermon…

dang you sermon, you better be good, if you are going to call me out Sat. to work on you again! Here’s Hoping for tomorrow’s sermon

One of These Things is Not Like the Other: TED Talks, The Moth, & Sermons

Sermons are art another look at the role of sermons today #themoth #sermons #tedtalks

Sermons are Art

Originally posted on katyandtheword:
Sermons are art, sometimes they rock, and sometimes they don’t. Its less of a quotient of how many hours you put in, and tends to be where you are emotionally, are you feeling creative, is your imagination engaged, can you connect to your audience, is it relevant and yet provoking. I’ve…

Did Scrabble an…

Did Scrabble and Ate a Brownie, Haha! Don’t worry Sermon, I’ll find you–I’m sure your cleverly tucked between a national tragedy and 2,000+yr old words about Resurrection and Angels praising God…. Katy’s Wednesday Nights are so exciting

Sermons are Art

Sermons are art, sometimes they rock, and sometimes they don’t. Its less of a quotient of how many hours you put in, and tends to be where you are emotionally, are you feeling creative, is your imagination engaged, can you connect to your audience, is it relevant and yet provoking. I’ve always said, I wish … Continue reading

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