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Holy Trinity Sunday, Lectionary Year BIsaiah 6:1-8Isaiah's ministry was formed and informed by the trauma of a king's death, war, and a terrifying holy vision. This famous call of Isaiah looks different in light of the collective trauma we have experienced over the past year, and we may be able to see ourselves in this story in a new way.…
 
Fifth Sunday of Lent, Lectionary Year BJohn 12:20-33Jesus' heart is grieved in today's lesson as he tries again to explain his impending death and resurrection, this time only days before it occurs. As we lament anti-Asian racism and violence, we recognize this story of grief, death, and resurrection.…
 
Fifth Sunday after Epiphany, Lectionary Year BMark 1:29-39In our Gospel story today, after Jesus heals many and casts out demons at Peter's house, Peter tells Jesus "everyone is searching for you." Today, again, everyone is searching for something. How can we be the body of Christ for one another in times like these?…
 
Third Sunday after Epiphany, Lectionary Year BMark 1:14-20Jesus begins his public ministry in Mark's Gospel with the bold declaration that the time has been fulfilled. In the 100th year of our congregation, Hope Lutheran, we will be looking to God's fulfillment of time and what God will be doing next.…
 
Baptism of Our Lord, Lectionary Year BMark 1:4-11In light of the cross and the noose erected on the grounds of our nation's Capitol building this week, we looked into Dr. James Cone's The Cross and the Lynching Tree to help us make sense of Christianity in America today before diving back into the baptism and repentance of our scripture for today.…
 
23rd Sunday after Pentecost, Lectionary Year AAmos 5:18-24What a week for us to hear Amos' cry that justice should roll down like rivers and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. Also, I failed to stop this recording in time, but am too 2020 to edit the recording for you, so you can just stop it when the sermon ends.…
 
All Saints Sunday, Lectionary Year AMatthew 5:1-12In his famous and powerful teaching known as the Beatitudes, Jesus teaches us the values by which we can live in harmony with one another and with God. The news during this election season throws those values into stark relief, and we see that they are so much more than niceness or pleasant platitud…
 
Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, Lectionary Year AEzekiel 18:1-4, 24-32Ezekiel's message to God's people during the time of exile speaks to how we can respond today to our history and current circumstances. This week those circumstances included the charges against the killer of Breonna Taylor, the ongoing pandemic, Rev. Lenny Duncan's call for …
 
Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Lectionary Year AJeremiah 15:15-21 Romans 12:9-21 Matthew 16:21-28 Our guest preacher for this week, Shelby Condray, is a renaissance man in San Diego with a theological degree from Boston University and a passion for justice as an expression of the Gospel. His reflections on the shooting of Jacob Blake and the de…
 
Seventh Sunday of Easter, Lectionary Year A1 Peter 4:12-14; 5:6-11On the eve of Memorial Day, American deaths due to COVID-19 approached 100,000. Our reading from the First Letter of Peter today gives us a good opportunity to reflect on what this milestone means for our nation. It also gives us a good starting place to reflect on how upcoming chang…
 
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