Epiphany 2B John 1:43-51 Word: Calling Quote: Maybe you are a cynic like Nathanael, or perhaps you are sure that God cannot use you because of who you are, or what you have done. Maybe you are too old or too young or too discouraged, or too angry. Jesus sees through all of that and…
The Baptism of Our Lord, January 7, 2018 The Rev. David Marshall Word: Torn open Quote: When Jesus was baptized, heaven was torn open and God’s spirit poured out on us all. When Jesus died, the curtain of the temple was torn from top to bottom, ending our separation from the holy.
The Rev. David Marshall Year B, Christmas Eve
The Rev. David Marshall Year B, Advent IV
The Rev. David Marshall Year B, Advent 2 Mark 1:1-8 Word: Nesting Quote: This nesting behavior is a human response to waiting for something that we really care about and something that we know is going to change our lives.
Year B, Advent I The Rev. Carola von Wrangel
The Rev. David Marshall Year A, Christ the King Matthew 25:31-46 Word: See Quote: God wants us to see the sacred image of God in one another and God especially wants us to see the image of God in those who have been marginalized, pushed aside, discriminated against, or forgotten.
The Rev. David Marshall Year A, Proper 27 Matthew 25:1-13 Word: Waiting Quote: We choose to wait for the fulfillment of our vision; not as passive, anxious people, hoping thing will work out, but as people of faith who choose to live together in such a way that our lives and our worship and our…
There is a place where suffering and joy meet.
This is the place where heaven and earth overlap.
This is the place where the dead live on as they continue to grow in God’s love and service.
This is the place where we experience the presence of God among us, transforming our own suffering with the joys of heaven.
The Rev. David Marshall Year A, Proper 25 | Matthew 22:34-46 Word: Neighbor Quote: Jesus’ command that we love our neighbor as ourselves is beautiful, it is central to our faith, and it is truly the most difficult thing Jesus asks us to do. In too many ways, both blatant and subtle, we deny the humanity…