I need to start this sermon by making a confession. I did not come up with the title. My dear husband did. It’s one of the perks of being a clergy couple–we frequently talk about sermons and other aspects of our ministries over morning coffee. A few weeks ago as we were contemplating the lectionary […]Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
When I was in training to be a yoga teacher, one of my favorite instructors, a medical doctor from Australia, used to tell us the story of “the wall of milk.” On his first visit to the U.S. he went to a grocery store here in Cleveland Heights to buy some milk for his hostess. […]Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
Many have asked me, “How was Haiti?” It is both an easy and a hard question to answer.
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I’m veering from the Lectionary texts today and taking us backward to the first Sunday of Lent when traditionally we read the story of Jesus’ temptations in the wilderness.Sermon Archives, Worship | No Comments »>
A little over two weeks ago, the Forest Hill Church pilgrims wereSermon Archives | No Comments »>