The Rev. David Marshall Lent 3B John 2:13-22 Word: Narrative Quote: The lie of redemptive violence requires that we deny the humanity of the other to justify acts of violence. Jesus calls us to see the divine in one another.
Second Sunday in Lent The Rev. David Marshall Word: Narrative Quote: There is a deeply held narrative that we all learn as children that teaches us how to relate to one another, how to solve problems, and who is “us” and who is “them”. Jesus offers an alternative narrative in the Gospel.
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Transfiguration • Last Sunday after the Epiphany February 11, 2018 The Rev. Carola von Wrangel Food for the Poor website
Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany The Rev. David Marshall Mark 1:29-39 Word: Mystery Quote: Jesus invites us to “a life in which the source of all is no longer approached as some being whom we ought to love, but as a mystery we participate in through the very act of love itself.” (Quote from The Idolatry…
The Rev. David Marshall Fourth Sunday after Epiphany January 28, 2018 Mark 1:21-28 Word: Demon Quote: We are called to bear the Holy Spirit and to confront the unclean spirits of gun violence, racism, sexual violence and harassment, and all the demons of our world.
The Rev. David Marshall Third Sunday after the Epiphany January 21, 2018 Mark 1:14-20
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.