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Courageous Love

In my life, the earliest example I remember of what I would call courageous love was from Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen. Archbishop Hunthausen was the Archbishop of Seattle from when I was born until I was 15. Since I grew up, … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve Homily 2016

Text: Luke 2:1-19 Homily: The Radical Story of Christmas – Mary, Jazz and Turning the World Upside Down  It starts with being counted.   Whether or not they wanted to make the journey, it didn’t matter. They had to go. … Continue reading

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Eyes to See, Ears to Hear

Listen to this sermon here. Story – The Beggar and the Box from Eckhart Tolle Sermon That story is one of my favorites, I’ve told it a few times here. In this season where we are making lists of all … Continue reading

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Waking Up – Sermon 11/13/2016

Audio podcast of this sermon is available here. Reading – For a Time Such As This by Jake Morrill Sermon  As a part of our monthly theme, this Sunday, we were supposed to explore the question: when in your life … 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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The Bright Thread of Hope

The Bright Thread of Hope [1] We gather this morning, just two days from the end of the election cycle. Two days, my friends, two days.  And over these months of the campaign- or has it been years, or an eternity … Continue reading

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