On Sunday I preached about God’s call for us to love and welcome the stranger in light of the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe and around the world. Our scripture was Deuteronomy 10:12-22 with a focus on verse 19, “You shall also love the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.” As
In my sermon this past Sunday, I encouraged all of us to consider the ways that we use the word “martyr” in popular parlance. Usually, when we call someone a martyr, we are referring to someone who may come off as a bit melodramatic, willing to perform (some) responsibilities and even act in sacrificial ways
On Sunday morning I preached about Luke 2:41-52. If you were in worship you heard me say it’s a story I don’t really know how to process. It doesn’t offer us a quick, easy lesson on grace or justice, and there are no heart-warming verses to memorize or tape to your mirror.
The Christian Aid Affirmation that was presented by Rev. Ron Foster on Sunday, July 12. (This may be read responsively by two groups)