Tag Archives: Olympia Brown

We were made for these times

There’s plenty going on in the world, in our country, in our state, and in most cases, in our individual lives – that would justify feelings of overwhelm, of denial, of heightened anxiety and reactivity.  And yet lately, I’ve been feeling … Continue reading

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the big and the small t – a sermon on truth

Story: “A Farmer’s Horse Ran Off….” a traditional Chinese folk Tale Sermon: “The Small and the Big T” Most Sundays over the past year, we’ve sung the song that we’ll close this service with – “Spirit of Truth.”Before this year, … Continue reading

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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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