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In this sermon we consider Jesus’ teaching about specks and logs in eyes, pearls before pigs, and what it means to ask, seek, and knock. We do this with the help of David Foster Wallace and his parable about fish. We consider what it means to become people capable of paying attention to what is often hidden just beneath the surface of our ordinary …
 
In this sermon we talk about nature (birds, lilies, trees) as thin places where we sense God’s presence, a place where the veil between heaven and earth seems a little more see through and God a little more present. We consider what Wendell Berry’s reflection on trees has to teach us in this, and how a quote from a poet helped me understand why God…
 
In this sermon we consider the connection between our inner and outer lives through Jesus’ teaching about giving, praying, and fasting. We consider what it means first to desire God, how to cultivate a desire for God, and how that flows out in our actions.
 
In this sermon we look at Jesus’ teaching about being salt and light. We connect it to the Old Testament prophets who called God’s people to embody justice. And we have some fun doing this through the lamed-vavniks of the Jewish mystical tradition and a comedy bit about green eggs and ham.
 
In this sermon we look at a concept present in the Scriptures that has to abiding, vigilance, a fixed point, holding fast, praying without ceasing; or as Psalm 1 puts it, being like a tree planted by streams of water. It has to do with staying put and letting the transformative work of God happen, even when you can’t see it happening.…
 
In this sermon Nick Clarke invites us to remember. We are called to remember God, but also one another. He singles in on this recent pandemic season and the way so many people have felt lonely and disconnected as we come out of it. He urges us to remember our neighbor and the need we all have for connection.…
 
In this sermon we consider what Paul means in his famous passage that Christ is before all things and in him all things hold together. With the help of Bonhoeffer, Yeats, a film called Gravity, and the James Webb Space telescope, we explore the modern predicament and how creation was meant to draw us into the life of God.…
 
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