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"The End is near" is good news, a reminder that history is evolving to an end, an omega point, where everything and everyone returns to the Beloved. But there's something else that must not be missed; that is, the end--the Omega--is a name for the One who is and was and is to come, the Almighty. Sermon begins at 10:18.…
 
The lessons today are cosmic, and they remind us that through our rebirth, we become peace, we become love, even in the hardest of times. Together, we walk towards these greener pastures. Sermon begins at 9:37.โดย The Rev. Becca Stevens
 
Be Bartimaeus, recognize your blindness and where you need to shout for mercy, because this is the biggest gift you can give yourself to walk the path forward. The whole world is where Bartimaeus is, shouting on the side of the road Son of David, Have Mercy! Sermon begins at 10:20.โดย The Rev. Becca Stevens
 
Self Love + Self Care Being aware and present with our needs are really closely linked with our ability to answer the call of God to seek justice and peace for all. Sermon by Yuri Rodriguez begins at 12.31.โดย Yuri Rodriguez
 
Community is the anecdote. It is a place to find the amazing love of God. A place to face the injustices. As a community we can be happy when we have a good week--and sad when we have a bad week--but eventually those weeks and experiences will change. We wait for each other. We cannot afford to get angry and seperate. James says if you want to be a…
 
To paraphrase Meister Eckhart, "When the Father laughs at the Son, and the Son laughs back at the Mother, that laughter gives pleasure, that pleasure gives joy, that joy gives love, and that love is the Holy Spirit. Sermon begins at 11:13.โดย The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
 
The Rev. Quentin Cox preaches today, a friend of the Center of Contemplative Justice. Narrative plays a role in understanding the world around us. Who do you say he is? Sermon begins at 14:00.โดย The Rev. Quentin Cox
 
Every good gift comes from God. Receive it. James says, if you want to be religious, take care of the widows and orphans. You will never strategize out of this. They are here--the most vulnerable and oppressed. If you want to be religious, care for them, always. Finally, don't let the world confuse you. There will be dogmas to make this more compli…
 
Welcome back, and welcome some for the first time, all students! We also welcome University Chaplain, Christopher Donald. In today's gospel lesson, we are reminded, just as we are by this altar, that while life is our biggest challenge, it is also our greatest gift! May we all drink from the cup of life. Sermon begins at 17:57.…
 
God is always looking at our desire to be filled--and meets us-- ready to work with us. The Rev. Richard Wineland preaches about the miracle of feeding 5,000 hungry people--for it is a story of hope. Sermon begins at 10:21.โดย The Rev. Richard Wineland
 
Because of Pentecost, the risen Christ resides in us! Therefore, in that same Spirit, we cannot allow ourselves to do, say, and believe things that contradict the Spirit. Sermon begins at 8:07.โดย The Rev. Mark Forrester
 
Though I’m no numerologist, I believe our Gospel reading from Mark 5 (like faith traditions around the world) invites us to pay attention to Numbers. After all, Numbers can be messengers, Angelic notes if you will for like a musical scale, each number has its own vibration and message. Sermon begins at 9:46.…
 
Today we have special music composed by Dave Ragland, and a sermon by Becca where she gives us three things she's learned in her 30 years of ordained ministry. Sermon begins at 9:04.โดย The Rev. Becca Stevens
 
If our motive is about our fears, and not the overall picture of justice--then perhaps we pause. Do I want to align myself with the cause enough to suffer alongside of it? Acting within community, through the mystery of Christ, for solutions for healing and hope. Nicodemus didn't intervene to prevent Christ from dying--though he showed up to claim …
 
It is the Spirit who gives us courage to speak out, and stand up. The church that we stand in, on our beautiful feet, sends us into the world with the Holy Spirit to bring good news. Sermon begins at 9:41.โดย The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
 
Submitting to lasting relationship, is abiding. Jesus says, when you abide, you are transformed from servants to friends. Becca shares a story about anger and abiding and transformation. Sermon begins at 17:15.โดย The Rev. Becca Stevens
 
In the Bible, angels are present in Genesis, through the New Testament, and in the birth and death of Jesus. Typically not seen wih the naked eye, they are pointing, shepherding, and whispering in the deep silence. How can we best cooperate with our angel? We can no more make our angel leave us, any more than we can make our shadow leave us. Our an…
 
What does it mean to have your heart burning when divine love is walking beside you, but you can't recognize the face of God? What does it mean to have burning desire? We keep the faith, we keep hoping, we keep desiring. Sermon begins at 8:50.โดย The Rev. Becca Stevens
 
Jesus gives us a lesson in caring for the trauma of those left behind--including ourselves. Our question for today is: Have you been resurrected? Jesus reminds us to pursue empathy and healing for our lives. Sermon begins at 10:54.โดย The Rev. Quentin Cox
 
God so loved the world that God made us to steep in the world! We are here to participate in the restration of mind, body, and spirit for all humanity! This passage is less about right belief, and more about right practice! As we seek to follow the way, what is our task? That all know the belovedness of God. What systems, forms of violence, and per…
 
I love that the church goes out to the marketplace particularly around matters of social justice. What this gospel is about is taking the commercialized and ritualized aspects of our consuming and our worship, and turn them over so that we can dig deeper into the truth and find out what it is we want to teach our kids, and take into the world. When…
 
Why did Jesus have the experience he did and then go to the wilderness? We talk a lot in this space about community. Lent is an invitation to remember the gifts of loneliness and community, and its where all the saints before us have traveled. When you start a whole new community--but you have to begin with yourself. This prepares us for the work. …
 
When good things happen, it is natural to want to stay and linger. God responds to this group of people saying that Jesus is the Son of God. This isn't an end to their experience--its instead that mountain highs are provided so we can have valley glows. We see a people go from wanting to app this experience for themselves, to wanting to bring and s…
 
There is a rhythm of what we need to do and how we need to do it on the path of discipleship. A pandemic is no time to quit this. We pivot like ballerinas and we keep going! We cannot quit now. Your rhythm is to actually do the work. Sermon begins at 7:00.โดย The Rev. Becca Stevens
 
I confess that praise can be challenging, especially when suffering is involved. But a week or so ago my dear friend Tallu Quinn wrote an inspiring reflection on her Caring-Bridge website. Like the Psalms, Tallu's honest speech, in the midst of her grief is a form of praise, transforming me and countless others.…
 
One epiphany opens the door to a thousand more. The disciples had no idea what the cost was going to be to follow Jesus. This week at Thistle Farms, we celebrate that we have 500 beds for women survivors of trafficking and prostitution throughout all of our sister houses across the country. House by house, epiphany by epiphany, they opened. This is…
 
Epiphany reminds us that we chose a lens to see the world and what is holy. The lens for our community this next season, is the lens of the remnant. Remant means, the left overs. It is the rubble of our buildings in Nashville. It is the wreckage of violence, pandemic, the last bits. Our work is not to turn away from the hardest things, but to look …
 
In the beginning was the word, and the word became flesh and dwelt among us. God is no content with God being distant--because it is God's nature to be among us and we see this incarnation in the birth of Christ. This is where God's power comes from and it is where our power can come from. It is a reminder of the life cycle of our body, mind, and s…
 
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