Monthly Archives: October 2012

Armstrong, Wilberforce, and Character Formation

October 28, 2012, The Rev Doyt Conn preaching

I said recently from this pulpit that “God is good,” to which you responded, “All the time.” “All the time,” “God is good.” And I believe this. I believe this for many reasons, but chiefly today because we have been running a sermon series on character, and Lance Armstrong has entered the picture, leaving, I might add, seven blank slots in the Tour de France record books. Read more

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“It’ll Be Okay”

October 21, 2012 The Rev Kate Wesch preaching

Change unnerves me. I just don’t like it. When something big, life altering is going to happen, I like to sit with it for a while and mull it over. Read more

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Salted by Fire

October 14, 2012, The Rev Doyt Conn preaching

This Sunday we have guests from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and I am glad they are here. Their timing is perfect for highlighting the message from our Gospel. Read more

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St Francis

October 7, 2012 The Rev Kate Wesch preaching

One cold, wintry day Francis was traveling on foot with Brother Leo, one of his closest friends, to Santa Maria degli Angeli. Knowing that Leo was bothered by the cold and the freezing rain falling on them, Francis said, “Leo, although we may give sight to the blind, cause the deaf to hear, and even raise the dead – these things are not the source of perfect joy.” Read more

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