Apr 2, 2017
The Landscape of Lent: Cave
"The Landscape of Lent: Cave" from 10:30am Sunday Service Sermons by Rev. Jessica B. Naulty. Released: 2017.This morning’s gospel is an emotional one, full of anxiousness and desperation, and then despair and mourning. We see Mary and Martha crying out for help in the face of illness and grief at the death of their beloved brother, we see the crowds gathered around weeping and mourning the loss of a friend, and we see Jesus, caring so deeply about Lazarus that he weeps at his death, yet still delaying his visit when his healing touch could have prevented it in the first place...
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  • Apr 2, 2017The Landscape of Lent: Cave
    Apr 2, 2017
    The Landscape of Lent: Cave
    "The Landscape of Lent: Cave" from 10:30am Sunday Service Sermons by Rev. Jessica B. Naulty. Released: 2017.This morning’s gospel is an emotional one, full of anxiousness and desperation, and then despair and mourning. We see Mary and Martha crying out for help in the face of illness and grief at the death of their beloved brother, we see the crowds gathered around weeping and mourning the loss of a friend, and we see Jesus, caring so deeply about Lazarus that he weeps at his death, yet still delaying his visit when his healing touch could have prevented it in the first place...
  • Mar 26, 2017The Landscape of Lent: Mud
    Mar 26, 2017
    The Landscape of Lent: Mud
    "The Landscape of Lent: Mud" from 10:30am Sunday Service Sermons by Rev. Jessica B. Naulty. Released: 2017. Kids know mud is good. Whether squished between the toes, splashed up from a big puddle, or patted into inedible mud pies, mud is like the best possible combination between playdough and paint...
  • Mar 19, 2017The Landscape of Lent: Water
    Mar 19, 2017
    The Landscape of Lent: Water
    "The Landscape of Lent: Water" from 10:30am Sunday Service Sermons by Rev. Jessica B. Naulty. Released: 2017. Have you ever been thirsty? I don't mean the regular, ordinary thirst that you experience after a hot day. I mean really, really thirsty where your tongue sticks to the roof of your mouth and all you can think about is water...
  • Mar 12, 2017The Landscape of Lent: Wind
    Mar 12, 2017
    The Landscape of Lent: Wind
    "The Landscape of Lent: Wind" from 10:30am Sunday Service Sermons by Rev. Jessica B. Naulty. Released: 2017. In the beginning, the earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep, then a wind from God swept over the face of the waters, and creation began. After 40 days and 40 nights of rain God caused a wind to pass over the earth, and the water subsided. The wind moved so Noah and his family could exit the ark and live on the land once more...
  • Mar 5, 2017The Landscape of Lent: Wilderness
    Mar 5, 2017
    The Landscape of Lent: Wilderness
    "The Landscape of Lent: Wilderness" from 10:30am Sunday Service Sermons by Rev. Jessica B. Naulty. Released: 2017. Today is the first Sunday of Lent, a season of repentance and preparation for the spiritual rollercoaster leading up to Holy Week, Easter, and beyond. Over the next 6 weeks, we will look deeply at our life and spiritual journey as we reflect on Jesus’ ministry leading up to his final week in Jerusalem. Each Sunday, our theme, The Landscape of Lent, will focus on one element taken from the scripture—like wilderness, wind, water, and mud—and we’ll explore what we can learn from the journey of Jesus and the elements that surround him along the way...
  • Feb 19, 2017The Great Invitation: Doing Holiness
    Feb 19, 2017
    The Great Invitation: Doing Holiness
    "The Great Invitation: Doing Holiness" from 10:30am Sunday Service Sermons by Rev. Jessica B. Naulty. Released: 2017. Last week, we heard some tough teachings from Jesus about anger, reconciliation, respect, adultery, divorce, and honesty. We unpacked these challenging words by talking about moving beyond simply doing “good enough,” living by the laws and rules of our religion, and instead “falling in love with the lifestyle” that Jesus taught, living out the love of God in every aspect of our lives. We talked about what makes for healthy relationships, and we lifted in prayer the relationships in our lives that are suffering. Today, we pick up where we left off in the Sermon on the Mount to see what else Jesus’ message holds for us
 
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