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Best Pastor Rob podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Pastor Rob podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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July 26, 2020 St Paul asks, “What then shall we say to these things?” (Romans 8) Pastor Rob delivers a sermon, honestly, more of a poem, on “What can we say to these things, namely, the unrelenting situation with COVID.” It is a tour of Scripture, a blurred re-telling of sacred story. For others have faced challenges and God’s faithfulness is revea…
 
July 19, 2020 Jesus describes the human condition today in terms of wheat and weeds. It can be easy to read this parable, imaging that we are the wheat and others are the weed. Pastor Rob asserts that bad religion is what encourages us to think of our tribe as wheat and the other tribe as weed. This kind of thinking is becoming pervasive in our cou…
 
Sunday, July 12 The first parable Jesus ever uses is about a sower who sows seed on different types of soil. Jesus uses the parable to give a warning to us about the forces that draw us away from God. Jesus also uses the parable to remind us of God’s power to “bear fruit” in us, that is, produce good works! The parable invites into deep reflection,…
 
Sunday, June 14 We are moving from a time of pandemic to endemic; the virus is still with us and has become part of our lives, but pragmatism is replacing panic. As we conclude this chapter, this intense time of lock-down, it is worth pausing and…giving praise to God! God’s people, again and again in the Bible, pause as one chapter of life comes to…
 
Pentecost 2020 (May 31, 2020) Today we celebrate Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit to give birth to the church (Acts 2). On this day, the Holy Spirit led the early Christians outside of their building and gathering place. Likewise, we have been led out of our building. We have learned anew that the church is not a building! Pastor Rob reflec…
 
Ascension 2020 (May 24, 2020) Humpty Dumpty has a fall and cannot be put back together again. In the same way, our lives — the way we remember them — cannot be put back together. We are slowly realizing that life will not be restored to what it was. The early disciples also wanted things restored, namely, the Kingdom of Isreal (Acts 1:6-8). Jesus l…
 
Easter 6 (May 17, 2020) “Because I live, you too shall live.” These are the words of Jesus to his disciples (John 14:19). But what does he mean by “live”? “Living”, we all acknowledge, means more than breathing in and out, so we must probe a bit deeper. To understand the “living” that Jesus is talking about, we consider Paul’s trip to Athens (Acts …
 
Easter 5 (May 10, 2020) Our current political debate is about “re-opening.” In this sermon Pastor Rob suggests we need to focus instead on “re-learning” – re-learning how to do everything, from going to the grocery story to re-learning how to love people in our lives. This is a daunting task, but Jesus spoke to his disciples in such a time. The nig…
 
Easter 3 (April 26) “But we had hoped…” Today the disciples find themselves disappointed and downtrodden, unable to see Jesus in their midst. Likewise, as we move on the road of life — especially these days — we are often so overwhelmed that we cannot see Jesus. Yet the Good News it that Jesus walks with us, just like he walked with those first dis…
 
Easter 2 (April 19, 2020) Most of the important rules in life — play fair, don’t hit, clean up your own mess — are things we learn at a young age. But we must re-learn them again…and again. The same is true with the basics of faith. For example, we know the church is not a building, but we must be reminded of this again and again. Pastor Rob reflec…
 
March 22 (Lent 4) “The man named Jesus opened my eyes.” This is the confession of the blind man who was healed by Jesus. It is also my confession. During these days of Corona Virus, Jesus has opened my eyes to the situation and even suffering of my neighbors around me. A reflection on the work of God to open our eyes, even amid suffering, to God’s …
 
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