Tag Archives: Foothills

To be entrusted with this great message

This past week marked the official beginning of my senior ministry at Foothills. As I’ve gotten closer to this threshold, I’ve been thinking about the Rev. Mary Lydia Legget, who in 1900 was the last (and only other) female minister to … Continue reading

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The Transient and the Permanent

A Service for the first Sunday after Marc Salkin Retired Reading: From “The Transient and the Permanent in Christianity” by Theodore Parker, delivered at the Ordination of  Rev. Charles C. Shackford in the Hawes Place Church, Boston on May 19, 1841 In … Continue reading

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How Big Our Brave Is

This sermon will make a lot more sense if you first read Doug Powell’s brilliant story about skydiving. Sermon – How Big Our Brave Is So Moses was standing there, at the edge of the Red Sea, and it wasn’t … Continue reading

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